This eighteen-hour continuation of a beloved twenty-five year old television series evokes emotions of both love and hate. So we discuss how Mark Frost, David Lynch and Showtime made and distributed this project while adhering to the original themes of good-versus-evil and unconventional storytelling.
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- Ewins, M. (2018). 2 TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN: DAVID LYNCH & MARK FROST. Sight & Sound, 28(1), 33-36.
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