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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - Teresa Banks and the Last Seven Days of Laura PalmerHot
In a town like Twin Peaks, no one is innocent.
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'Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me' is the prequel film to the cult favorite television show 'Twin Peaks'. It chronicles the last seven days of Laura Palmer's life leading up to her death. When originally released nearly an hour and a half of deleted and extended footage had been cut, and for over twenty years fans have been clamoring for this footage.
To produce a version that re-incorporated as many of the deleted and extended scenes as possible.
Version 2 Changes: corrected date legends, re-incorporated two of the three scenes originally kept out (Bobby giving Laura $10k, and Bobby testing drugs in the woods), moved Laura/James scene at her house to where it originally was suppose to be according to the script to make room for the re-inserted two scenes, Laura wrapped in plastic was shown twice (second one was cut), minor tweaks to about half a dozen transitions based on notes provided by Neglify, minor color correction fixes, removed the comma after "Teresa" in the title
Twin Peaks Soundtrack Design @ mixcloud.com
I’d like to thank theslime, addiesin, and Neglify for their recommendations, support and feedback. Extra special thanks to jlyon1515 who supplied the legends for this edit as well as the cover art.
1 deleted scene (Cooper/Diane scene) that didn't make the cut & trailers (BD-25 version only)
Re-incorporate all but one deleted scene, re-organized some scenes, added originally scripted legends, minor editing to existing scenes that overlapped with alternate shots in extended scenes, color correction.
The only way to watch FWWM, especially if you plan to continue on with "The Return" after this!
Do you recommend this edit?
A fantastic edit by Q2. Do all of the additional scenes NEED to be in there? No. Are they all gloriously Twin Peaks and the film is better for having them? Yes. From a technical standpoint, the audio and visual editing is seamless. Of course, the film meanders more with all the added scenes but to be honest, that feels more like Twin Peaks to me. I think the film is narratively improved by some of the additions and the experience is improved by pretty much all of them.