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About the Film
- David Lynch (Writer/Director/Sound Designer)
"I happened to be in love with the world of Twin Peaks and the characters that exist there."
"At the end of the series, I felt kind of sad. I couldnīt get myself to leave the world of Twin Peaks. I was in love with the character of Laura Palmer and her contradictions, radiant on the surface, dying inside. I wanted to see her live, move and talk."
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- Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer)
"I had a very difficult time feeling finished when the show went off the air and allowing it to just go, and this helped me. It was a wonderful exploration to be able to go back in there and do all the things that people had talked about that Laura had done for so long."
- Mary Sweeney (Editor)
Many people were hoping for an extension of the television series which was David's and Mark Frost's sensibility combined in part and the restraints of network television in part also making that more marginized David, as you would. But I think that many of the very enthusiastic fans of the television series came to the movie thinking they were going to get something like the extension of the TV-series instead of a genuine David Lynch movie. And they felt betrayed."
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