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Fabio Augusto Vanegas Bovea over 5 years ago
I'm watching Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
Devon over 6 years ago
I love the show Twin Peaks, but this was awful.
Kate Du-Rose over 6 years ago
Amazing prequel/sequel to Twin Peaks. Terrifying and incredibly moving. Has me in tears
Dylan Evans 7 years ago
A missed opportunity, considering the series unresolved ending.
Alex de la Mare 7 years ago
It's a prequel, but watch it after you watch the series. If ever...
J. Christian Guerrero over 7 years ago
That this cinematic coda to the TV show is also its origin story indicates something key.
Michael Cole over 7 years ago
Completely unnecessary prequel to the TV show detailing the days leading to Laura's death.
Sheena Enriquez almost 2 years ago
Haydn Line over 2 years ago
Jeff Andrews over 2 years ago
Catalina De Vera almost 3 years ago
Tiziano Iasevoli almost 3 years ago
Tiziana Ibba 3 years ago
Ben Randall 3 years ago
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SS almost 4 years ago
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me is a 1992 American psychological horror film directed by David Lynch and written by Lynch and Robert Engels. The film can be viewed as both prologue and epilogue to the television series Twin Peaks (1990–91), created by Lynch and Mark Frost. The film revolves around the investigation into the murder of Teresa Banks (Pamela Gidley) and the last seven days in the life of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), a popular high school student in the fictional Washington town of Twin Peaks, of which these two connected murders were the central mysteries of the television series. Additionally, the film's convoluted narrative references and clarifies Agent Dale Cooper's (Kyle MacLachlan) fate in the series finale. Thus, the film is often considered a prequel, however, it also has features more typical of a sequel. Most of the television cast returned for the film, with the notable exceptions of Lara Flynn Boyle who declined to return as Laura’s best friend Donna Hayward (she...
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