Published by Edition Rouge profond - 2005 - France
21,5 x 15,5 cm - 176 pages - 205 images black and white and color – Softcover
Not only presenting himself as a guide to the series (summary of episodes, list of characters, precise chronology), the book privileges the relations that David Lynch maintains with the cathodic format, not hesitating to make play the tensions between cinema and television to lead to a passionate hybrid work, precisely because it has no equivalent. After Twin Peaks, the filmmaker made other attempts at serial creation, including Mulholland Drive, which was first considered as a soap opera. Several pages will also be devoted to the elaboration of a modern myth, that of Laura Palmer, that Lynch does not really resolve to kill, even going so far as to shoot a feature film that films the last seven days of its existence: Twin Peaks. Fire Walk With Me (1992). Likewise, the attempts to interpret the famous final episode will be privileged, just as disconcerting as the denouement of the Prisoner.