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Artists Who Changed My Life

I’m sure all artist types – be they brooding, tortured, or (like me) grouchy – have a few of these.  There are some artists whose work you don’t just admire or enjoy, but actually changed the way you view the … Continue reading

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David Lynch’s Great Santini (SPOILERS)

(WARNING!!!  What follows may contain spoilers for the television series Twin Peaks and for the films The Great Santini and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.  To read would be to rob yourself of one of life’s greatest pleasures, i.e., NOT knowing who … Continue reading

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Fire Walk with Me, Over and Over Again

Since I last wrote about Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me nearly a year ago, I’ve rewatched it somewhere around ten times.  Needless to say this film is an unhealthy obsession of mine.  I can’t think of another movie I’ve ever … Continue reading

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The Saddest Movie I’ve Ever Seen (SPOILERS)

TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME Let us contemplate that word: sad . . . Think how often we use it.  Think how often we use it incorrectly.  We use it to mean anything but sad most of the time. … Continue reading

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