Twin Peaks

United States (1990 – 1991), 🕒 47 min

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Twin Peaks takes place in Washington State, but before Lynch and Frost settled on the Pacific Northwest, they considered the Heartland. “The original title for the show was North Dakota,” Frost said in an interview with Inside Twin Peaks.

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Frank Silva portrayed the terrifying specter Bob, but he didn’t get the role through traditional means. Silva was already serving as the show’s set decorator when Lynch got an idea. (1/2)

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He had noticed Silva moving furniture around Laura Palmer’s bedroom and asked if he would crouch down by her bed. They shot Silva down there, staring directly at the camera. (2/2)

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In terms of Twin Peaks plotlines, Catherine Martell impersonating a Japanese businessman is actually on the saner end of the spectrum. But Catherine wasn’t the only person pretending. To keep the character’s fate under wraps,  (1/2)

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Lynch asked actress Piper Laurie if she would herself pose as a Japanese actor on set to keep the rest of the cast in the dark. She posed as “Fumio Yamaguchi,” a well-regarded actor who had worked with Akira Kurosawa and did not speak much English. (2/2)

PLOT

An idiosyncratic FBI agent investigates the murder of a young woman in the even more idiosyncratic town of Twin Peaks.

CAST

David Lynch

Director & Gordon Cole

Kyle MacLachlan

Special Agent Dale Cooper

Ray Wise

Leland Palmer

Mädchen Amick

Shelly Johnson

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LET'S PLAY A GAME, take a shot or smoke a joint (or BOTH) whenever:
– someone says “Cooper”
– someone says or you see “Laura Palmer”
– someone says or you see “Bob”
– Cooper uses his recorder
– you see coffee, pie, or donuts
– your hear Twin Peaks or Laura theme music
– there’s stock footage of birds

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