Walk the line movie essay

Nevertheless, anyone who plans on watching the long-awaited new season of “Twin Peaks” on Showtime should go out of their way to see “Fire Walk With Me,” and not just because Lynch says that doing so is  “very important” to understanding what comes next. With the benefit of time, distance, and the ability to accept that “Fire Walk with Me” isn’t what many wanted it to be, it’s easy to accept the film for what it is: a bracing look at incest and rape. (The “Missing Pieces,” 90 minutes of deleted and extended scenes included in the 2014 Blu-ray box set, are clarifying as well.)

Walk the line movie essay

walk the line movie essay

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