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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with MeThe film is relative to sex, drug addiction and violence. It centers on FBI Agent Chet Desmond and his partner Sam Stanley investigate the murder of waitress Teresa Banks. When Desmond uncovers the important trace, he suddenly disappears without reasons.Keywords:
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Directors of "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me"David LynchBirthdate: 20 January 1946, Missoula, Montana, USA
Creators of "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me"David LynchBirthdate: 20 January 1946, Missoula, Montana, USARobert Engels
Critic Reviews of "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me"Village VoiceDecember 13, 2013
In its own singular, deeply strange way, Fire Walk With Me is David Lynch's masterpiece.Entertainment WeeklyMay 03, 2013
There have always been two sides to Lynch: the inscrutable, demonic prankster and the rhapsodic dreamer. In Fire Walk With Me, he's at least trying to recover his poetic sincerity. If only his dreams weren't starting to look like reruns.Los Angeles TimesMay 03, 2013
At its best, it's a dream within a dream, a nightmare in endlessly reflecting pop mirrors, a screen full of TV-movie sex and horror kitsch blowing up right in our faces.Philadelphia InquirerMay 03, 2013
In Twin Peaks the movie, all the twists get straightened out. The thrill is gone.Orlando SentinelMay 03, 2013
For those who are willing to go the distance with Lynch, the return trip to Twin Peaks is well worth the trouble.Chicago TribuneMay 03, 2013
For a film with a pre-established conclusion, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me seems depressingly interminable.Creative LoafingSeptember 25, 2016
An ungainly and unnecessary prequel to the excellent TV series.The ARTeryMay 12, 2015
A horrible masterpiece. Ugly, abstract and unrelenting, it's like having someone else's nightmare.ColeSmithey.comMarch 20, 2015
As much an essential missing piece for audiences of David Lynch's groundbreaking 1991-'92 television series ("Twin Peaks") to gain closure as a stand-alone film, "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" is an alternately funny, harrowing, and bizarre experience.Movie MezzanineFebruary 21, 2014
One of Lynch's darkest, most disturbing films precisely because it is able to delve into the places that the show simply wasn't allowed to explore on national television.CinemaniaJuly 15, 2013
A fascinating tightrope-walk: Lynch's ultra-cool unconventional storytelling techniques are modified just enough to allow the movie to reach a broad audienceTotal FilmMay 03, 2013
With typical perversity, Lynch avoids cosy closure, instead riffing on his TV themes that seem even more baffling with big-screen expansion.
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