MIF19: Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me + Introduction at HOME

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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me + Introduction at HOME Manchester, Manchester 7 July 2019 Tickets from £5.50 — Book now

Reviled on release, this film set in Deer Meadow, an alternate and hellish Twin Peaks, has undergone a huge critical reappraisal and is now seen as one of Lynch’s most satisfying if complex works. Refusing to offer comfort or easy answers to life’s horrors, it features a memorable contribution from David Bowie.

This screening will be introduced by Bren O’Callaghan, Curator at HOME.

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me + Introduction at HOME Manchester, Manchester 7 July 2019 Tickets from £5.50 Book now

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