Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: thoughts on 12/8....
From: (Ann Hodgins)
Date: 1990-12-10, 09:41

In article <18441@netcom.UUCP> mojo@netcom.UUCP (Morris Jones) writes:
> > (David Brightbill) writes:
>> >>Was it just me, or did anyone else notice the owl shaped shadow on 
>> >>Catherines face (left side) during her meeting with HST?  It was most
>> >>visible during the first few seconds of the scene but I also got a 
>> >>look at it at the end of the scene.
> >
> >I saw that!  But I thought it was just a smudge.  Was it really
> >owl-shaped?
> >

I thought that it was a burn - that a bit of burning tree had struck her
face. Her makeup as the japenese man had obscured it till now, I thought.

> >I was struck by how attractive and even sincere Catherine appeared in
> >that scene.  Piper Laurie really looked nice as a nature girl!  I think
> >it took ten to fifteen years off her appearance.  So was she really
> >on the up-and-up?  She certainly didn't admit to bilking Horne while
> >she was supposedly living on tuna fish.
It is easy to imagine the young girl her husband fell in love with.
Piper Laurie (in a review of her role in Carrie) was called "winsome'
and I think that word really fits her.
I don't see why she would bother to tell such an elaborate lie about
an angel. Why would she bother?  Besides, I *want* to believe it.