Twin Peaks (2017)
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Part 6 

Gordon Cole instructs Albert to meet with an old contact. Hawk makes a discovery involving 'the missing piece' that will help him find Cooper. Janey-E fixes Dougie's gambling debt, while ... See full summary »

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David Lynch
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle MacLachlan ... Dale Cooper
Mädchen Amick ... Shelly Briggs
Tammie Baird ... Lorraine (as Tammy Baird)
Ronnie Gene Blevins ... Tommy
Juan Carlos Cantu ... Officer Reynaldo
Candy Clark ... Doris Truman
Lisa Coronado ... Hit and Run Mom
Jeremy Davies ... Jimmy
Laura Dern ... Diane Evans
Josh Fadem ... Phil Bisby
Eamon Farren ... Richard Horne
Miguel Ferrer ... FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield
Patrick Fischler ... Duncan Todd
Robert Forster ... Sheriff Frank Truman
Pierce Gagnon ... Sonny Jim Jones
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Storyline

Gordon Cole instructs Albert to meet with an old contact. Hawk makes a discovery involving 'the missing piece' that will help him find Cooper. Janey-E fixes Dougie's gambling debt, while Cooper is still struggling to put what he knows about his past and the Black Lodge into words. Tragedy strikes after a drug deal takes place.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 June 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

North Bend, Washington, USA See more »

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Ime Etuk, who plays a bodyguard is also the 2nd assistant director. See more »

Quotes

Ike 'The Spike' Stadtler: *Looks at his bent ice pick*
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Ike 'The Spike' Stadtler: No.
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References The King and I (1956) See more »

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Tarifa
Written and performed by Sharon Van Etten
Courtesy of Jagjaguwar
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Rejected for nervous & impatient!!! Or "Thank You, Dougie"!
19 June 2017 | by inland-62603See all my reviews

Bad ratings depresses me too! Last time when I got such strong emotions from the movie, was 5th episode. Before that, 4th. And so on...

I like Woody Allen, Roman Polanski, Martsin Scorsese, Brian De Palma, Stanley Kubrick, Paul Thomas Anderson, Christopher Nolan (Prestige (2007) is enough to respect him) Luis Bunuel, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, Pedro Almodovar, some Asian, European now/classic and so on. Those of them who is still alive and filming are not the same as before, sadly. David Lynch, is one of the lasts stand here, as far as "Tarantino's ass".

Also, I'm studying movies all my life, I know many great filmmaking people personally. I know what is real respect, art and humanity. And as for me (and this is not only me here where am I) such kind of directing as new TP episodes is really RARE piece of gemstone. Last time when I saw such level before "TP3" was Inland Empire (2006) and before that Mulholland Drive (1999-2001). It's such level of movie revolution as the Rosemary's Baby was in 1968 and Psycho was in 1960. But of course, there are many cool movies by other masters too.

Here is so much haters, who doesn't get the point of what's happening here, who prefers to squeeze inside all they got, instead of to think a little bit different for diversity. Also, I'm studying psychology, life and lie all my life. So, I perfectly understand you and doesn't blame for who you are. And I'm giving you a wise suggestion not to blame & hate Mr. David Lynch for production of such ratings level as "from 1 to 5", because that way, you hate yourselves only. You show that way, that your thinking level is between "1 to 5". Keep a close look for your prism, because you're destroying Real Art. Maybe on purpose!?

The atmosphere/acting/music/directing/writing of episode is still Great. Photography/editing/effects/production design still the way they should be here. The scenes with Dougie and his Thank once again David (and others) from the deep of my heart!

And I'll go watch Sir Charles S. Chaplin's productions such as A Woman from the Sea (1926), City Lights (1931) and The Freak (1966-1975).


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