Twin Peaks: The Return

Twin Peaks: The Return

What more can be said about this 18 hours movie? 
A serie that started in the 90s about the mistery of a dead girl in a small town and ended up going into the subatomic nature of evil. 
Maybe is good to point out the fact that Lynch is an advocate of transcendent meditation, cause that's the same thing he does in his work: take you to a place far way from where you begin, and then, even further, far into the distance until your lost in your subconscious, and only emotions matter.
 NOTHING will top this in 2017: this is as revolutionary today as the original series was in the 90s. For millenials that can't take their heads from the phones, Lynch gives a long shot of a man cleaning the floor. For people that think they are desensitized with television, he gives a entire episode of almost abstract paitings. For nostalgic fans of the original series, he almost melted their brains. For 26 years Twin Peaks made us feel so many things: explored the dark sides of human beings while playing with the limits of sound and visuals; inspired a entire generation of artists, and made us feel in love with the simple smell of coffee and cherry pie.
And in the end, after all, it all kinda made sense. Masterpiece.