You don’t take a trip to David Lynch and Mark Frost’s fictional town of Twin Peaks to look for answers.
Or you shouldn’t. But after watching Showtime’s Twin Peaks: The Return earlier this year, you can’t be blamed for wanting more clarity. Eighteen hours of inter-dimensional weirdness, wildly varied acting performances, musical guest stars (“The Nine Inch Nails!”), and some of television’s best sound design and most daring cinematography is a lot of pure Lynch. But Twin Peaks is also Mark Frost’s creation and his newest book, Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier, attempts to give fans a bit of everything, too.
Everything and nothing.
Twenty-five years have passed since we last saw the residents of the weirdest town in the Northwest, and Lynch’s latest miniseries dropped us right into the present day and right into a fascinating and frustrating jumble of old friends, old enemies, new offspring, more ...