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Sep 9, 2017

“Twin Peaks” ends with a confounding but fitting finale.

Anyone who was looking for straight-forward storytelling from Showtime’s revival of “Twin Peaks” should have looked elsewhere. Filmmaker David Lynch loves complex dream worlds and his series finale was equally astounding and confounding. Since they wrote the original series together back in the early 90’s, Lynch and co-creator Mark Frost have defied many conventions of screen narrative. This revival was no different, mixing tones, leaving plot strands dangling, and leaving lots of room for interpretation. “Twin Peaks” was more than just the odyssey of FBI agent Dale Cooper (a never better Kyle MacLachlan), it was an interactive television experience requiring its viewers to make their own conclusions.

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