Lost in the Movies: JOURNEY THROUGH TWIN PEAKS: Season 3 in pieces (a summer of mini-chapters from the chapter 36 video)

JOURNEY THROUGH TWIN PEAKS: Season 3 in pieces (a summer of mini-chapters from the chapter 36 video)


Since it will be a while until new Journey Through Twin Peaks chapters are ready (I am currently barely keeping up with my "Path back" schedule), I decided to upload my Journey video on season three in smaller, bite-size chunks, each between three and six minutes. My chronological coverage of "The Return" is already available as a full half hour on Vimeo and YouTube (where it is currently undergoing a dispute that will hopefully be resolved soon). It is also embedded within the larger Part 5 which wrapped up this winter. However, I wanted to give viewers the opportunity to linger over the different sections of Lynch's and Frost's winding narrative - in some cases, I isolated a span of episodes, in others a double that aired the same night, only half of a particularly dense episode.

Rather than dump these on the channel all at once, I shared them one by one on the fourth anniversaries of the episodes. When I had to delay the releases of the Part 8 videos, I pushed them back to the seventy-sixth anniversary of the first atomic testing on July 16 and the sixty-fifth anniversary of the fictional events in New Mexico, and I set the videos up as "premieres". This created a fun little occasion for each one, with people setting reminders, hopping in ahead of time, and/or joining a chat. This is something I'd like to do in the future as well, starting with the "Twin Peaks Conversations" I'll be uploading monthly on YouTube.

Here are all of the videos from this summer:

The Anti-Pilot (Parts 1 & 2)

From Cosmos to Carpet (Parts 3 & 4)

Your Weekly Peaks (Parts 5 - 8)

The Fire and the Fireman (Atomic Aftermath)

A Darkness in the Desert (New Mexico 1956)

Bittersweet Passage (Parts 9 - 13)

Forked Path (Parts 14 - 16)

The Two-Sided Finale (Parts 17 & 18)

You can also watch them on a single playlist.



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