I just know half of those people have letterboxd accounts so no wonder that happened
I hate the way this film romanticizes the hard to get girl trope, and the way women shown are supposed to be more irresistible for the eyes of men in this manner (especially when the director is a cis guy)
I hate the way how the plot’s foundation is based on the fact that a short white sad boi (gordon-levitt) creates an unnatural and immoral scheme on how to get a woman whom he fancies, treating her as an object…
Green rings? Coded police notes in the form of a vividly decorated female mime? Creamed corn as a manifestation for pain and despair? What goes beyond the basic questions of the story doesn’t even matter. In Twin Peaks, plot is immaterial; moments are everything.
The show opened with Laura Palmer already dead wrapped in plastic. In Fire Walk with Me, David Lynch unwraps her, showing the full grime and filth of her existence, the deepest reaches of her…
despite the death of Laura Palmer, she is omnipresent-a sacrifice, a beloved one, a scapegoat for the town's desires and dread, and perhaps its redemption. the darkness closes in around this seemingly idyllic tale, further detaching itself from the rails of normality as no-one will remain untouched by evil.
defying accustomed genre classification, the first season is an intricate, literary narrative that extracts ideas from varying sources and is always deviating in paths at once unforeseen and utterly…