Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - Teresa Banks and the Last Seven Days of Laura Palmer

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(Updated: September 20, 2014)
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Loved it. A great way to cap off a month of watching through the two television seasons.

I agree with other reviewers that the extra scenes can make the narrative less tight but I wouldn't have it any other way. The more Twin Peaks, the better - and the scenes all fit in place chronologically. Transitions never took me out of the experience.

If you are a fan of Twin Peaks you will definitely be a fan of this fanedit. Thank you Q2!

Edit: This is based off of V2.1

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(Updated: December 16, 2016)
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Twin Peaks has always interested me. It was quirky, funny, terrifying, and creepy all at the same time. David Lynch has a unique perspective on the world to be able to construct a story the way he does. When I became aware of the movie I needed to see it. It was much darker than the TV series and I actually enjoyed it more.

To be able to see the movie with all of the deleted scenes added back into the main cut made it that much more enjoyable for me personally. As others have stated the added material only makes sense if the watcher has seen the TV series first. I enjoyed the small extra cuts that involved the ring. For some reason I was never really certain what role it played in the overall story but in this version its involvement is much more clear to me.

This is a dark, dirty, and gritty movie that exposes the things about people that normally one wouldn't want to see. With Q2's edit it is a much more well rounded experience and ties into the TV series perfectly making it a great edition to the Twin Peaks family.

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The faneditor has done a great job integrating a hell of a lot of deleted scenes into a movie that is already longer than a traditional length. Transitions are generally pretty clean both in terms of audio and video. I'm not a TP fanatic, just a fan, and the placement of the scenes is logical to me. I know that some of them don't follow the shooting script but it is what it is and what "it - is" is pretty freaking awesome. David Lynch doesn't do directors' cuts and in the absence of that this is about as good as you're going to find. Thanks to the faneditor for his time and effort on this.

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(Updated: October 15, 2023)
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CONFESSION: I'm a Twin Peaks nut.

Admission: Despite being a fan, I really can't get over the many self inflicted wounds that the series (and film ) inflict upon itself....but that's David Lynch for you.

This edit does a masterful job of integrating all the available material for a full experience.
Full marks.

The downside is pacing and narrative.

I've watch this twice now...once when it cam out, and more recently. I Can't ignore the impact on pacing and focus that the additional material has despite much of it being tasty morsels of PEAKNESS.

The new series suffered from the same issues, and as such this imapct NARRATIVE and my ultimate enjoyment of the piece.

I would love to see a more aggressive edit around this material in time to bring this into a more cohesively paced experience, but save to say, its still a hell of a ride, and pleasurable for the most part. I won't dwell on what worked and what did not, since that hjas been covered in previous reviews.

My scores for Narrative and enjoyment would be a 9 for the original, and the downgrade reflects the weight of material.

Nevertheless this is a Highly Recommended for fans.
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This is a fantastic fanedit by a seasoned editor. Q2's version is what every Twin Peaks fan wanted - longer, more cohesive, more characters, more story, more darkness, more despair, more wackiness, more Palmers, more Bob, more Twin Peaks. All presented in beautiful HD and surround.
This is what should have been included in the complete set, but thanks to Q2, now it is.
Run, dont walk. If you havent seen this yet youre missing a treat.
So brew up a pot of coffee black as midnight on a moonless night, heat up some cherry pie and dont forget to pick up a donut or 5.
This edit gets my highest praise and deserves to be in every TP fans collection.
10/10
Excellent.

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