Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: directors, etc.
From: email@example.com (Cisco's Buddy)
Date: 1990-04-26, 01:47
In article <13274@csli.Stanford.EDU>, podlozny@csli.Stanford.EDU (Ann Podlozny) writes...
} "Lynch and Frost have each directed one more episode [beyond the pilot];
} the other directors, including Tim Hunter, Tina Rathborne, and Caleb
} Deschanel, were chosen for their movie backgrounds.
For those of you who may be interested in what movies these directors have
Caleb Deschanel: THE ESCAPE ARTIST (1982)
Tim Hunter: TEX (1982)
RIVER'S EDGE (1987)
[Bet]Tina Rathborne THE JOY THAT KILLS (1985) (TV movie)
Of all of these, I've only seen RIVER'S EDGE and THE ESCAPE ARTIST. I
don't remember much about the latter (which may be telling in itself)
other than that it starred Raul Julia, but I do recall a rather surreal
feel to it. RIVER'S EDGE, which is the one many of you have probably
seen, is a dark, disturbing film that fits right in to what Lynch and
Frost are doing with TWIN PEAKS.
-- "How different in my native willage. Soft music. Wiolins. The happy people sitting on their balalaikas, playing their samovars." --- jayembee (Jerry Boyajian, DEC, "The Mill", Maynard, MA) UUCP: ...!decwrl!ruby.enet.dec.com!boyajian ARPA: boyajian%ruby.DEC@DECWRL.DEC.COM