David Lynch's Twin Peaks

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COVID happened. Brother moved back home, so me and him have been watching movies together almost daily (that's our "thing"). Haven't had a ton of time to dive back into Twin Peaks during all that.

I'm in early Season Two

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the final hour of twin peaks is one of the most
terrifying and soul sucking and extraordinary ive ever seen
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Bacon wrote:
June 13th, 2020, 3:05 pm
COVID happened. Brother moved back home, so me and him have been watching movies together almost daily (that's our "thing"). Haven't had a ton of time to dive back into Twin Peaks during all that.

I'm in early Season Two
I can relate to that yeah. The watch patterns completely shifted.
Vader182 wrote:
June 13th, 2020, 3:11 pm
the final hour of twin peaks is one of the most
terrifying and soul sucking and extraordinary ive ever seen
-Vader
First watching - hated it.

Now, after second one, it's haunting my dreams. Every take is completely valid. A true work of art.

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