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Twin Peaks the Missing Pieces: What do the Fire Walk With Me deleted scenes tell us?

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Some Spoilers For ‘Twin Peaks’ & ‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me’ Contained

Everyone has their white whale; that elusive treasure or goal that they fetishise and dare to find and covet. For some it was the lost footage from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. For others it was the mythical buried reels of The Wicker Man, which rather ludicrously had been rumoured for years to be buried in the concrete foundations of an English motorway. For me it was always the deleted scenes of David Lynch’s much maligned Twin Peaks prequel Fire Walk with Me. Even in a pre-internet, pre-dvd extras age, I obsessed over this rumoured material and what possible insights it may offer into Lynch’s labyrinthian mystery. And now, thanks to the Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery Blu-ray set, they are finally here. So how do they stack up? What do they tell us?
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Lynch's Inland Empire in stores tomorrow

  • Digital video has transformed the film industry and one director who has been smitten by the format is David LynchDavid Lynch
[/link]. Tomorrow marks the director’s DVD release of Inland Empire – a film that received a memorable grass roots marketing campaign from the man himself. Shot in digital video, this sees a woman in trouble with the title referring to the bleak residential area on the edge of the desert near L.A. -- the antithesis of the tony locale of his last movie "Mulholland Drive". The DVD contains extras that include additional scenes entitled "More Things That Happened", a making-of featurette, interviews with Lynch and the film's star Laura Dern, a photo gallery and theatrical trailers, plus footage of Lynch at home cooking quinoa? I bet that many of us haven’t seen his latest experiment especially since this didn’t get the platform release as some of his other more recent entries.
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