an experiential whole

Good advice:

After sleeping (albeit fitfully) on episodes one and two, the strangest television I’ve ever watched, something occurred to me. No, not a Dale Cooper-esque revelatory dream of dancing dwarves or Tibetan inspired prophecy. Rather, something I learned after multiple viewings of Lynch’s 2001 film Mullholland Drive: any single scene makes little sense, but taken as an experiential whole, it starts to reveal Lynch’s artistic intent. So, bear with it.

Source: Twin Peaks recap: Episode 1 to 4 recap by Justin Burke

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