“Just a flesh wound.”
What. A. Film.
I don’t think I’ve ever had an experience before where I get chills over my entire body just by watching someone cry. I never really understood why Laura’s death affected everyone in Twin Peaks in the show. She was like a myth almost, just appearing from words. This film changed that completely. My entire heart goes out to Laura. She will forever exist as a hero, someone who fought till the bitter end while holding a mountain…
I finally finished the last episode of season 2 last night, and boy, what a ride it was. I’ve never felt so connected to a show before, even though the last half of season 2 was really hard to get through. All of the characters (at least while David and Mark were writing them) were so well developed. I’ll never forget them. :,) Like I said in my review of the pilot episode, the show had that nostalgic feel to it the entire way through, almost to the point where I felt I was part of the town.
Had to go rewatch this masterpiece.
This is one of those films where you can’t take your eyes off the screen, where time becomes irrelevant. Bong somehow managed to make it lighthearted without diminishing the weighty plot. In fact, it just adds to it. I feel like he is a master of capturing how people act in real life.
There’s just nothing I can compare this too.