Originally Posted by Juan29.zapata
Man, I miss that feeling of strangeness of watching David Lynch's stuff, I kind of wish I could forget his movies so I could rewatch them again.
I am ready for more of this stuff:
This one scene is the one scene in FWWM I didn't like, simply due to how it's mixed. The two individual scenes, the extended office scene and the extended scene above the Place Above the Convenience Store are both wonderful scenes alone but I don't think work well together. That's just my opinion, though.
Originally Posted by Krev
Well, he says that it's 'difficult'.
Matt Zoller Seitz ran a good piece yesterday that predicted this kind of response.
I'm expecting some parts of the new season will be 100% this, but one must also remember that this isn't a purely Lynch work, Mark Frost is just as much involved and to be honest I think Frost is the 'keeper of the lore' and the grounding of the two. He will certainly let Lynch go out and do whatever captures him, but I think he textures and helps a lot in the in-between.
Now I actually like Inland Empire so I'm very open to this, but I kind of suspect we'll see DNA of all of Lynch's career over this project, I feel there will be the feeling of the original series, but also not. I kind of think there may be some tonal shifts as the series goes on, which the original series had too but I think more extreme than that. Inland Empire is the only film by Lynch he himself labels as a horror movie, and I think with IE he really delved into pure darkness instead of fluctuating tones. I think this season of Twin Peaks will get dark, maybe darker than anything he's done before, but not so consistently. I think there will be plenty of breathers and other tones too.
But we shall see.