san’s review published on Letterboxd:
When they said in 25 years, David Lynch meant this literally. This is without a doubt one of the most creative and unconventional seasons in television history. It’s not flawless, but it’s so timeless and artistically profound that The Return still perfectly captures the mysterious atmosphere of Twin Peaks. It soaks in enigma throughout its 18-hour spectacle, somehow leaving me wanting more, but also knowing it’s probably not needed. However, this lingering effect it has on its audience is a gift. For a show about mystery and detectives, it is one of the few that actually embraces its kind — granting you the opportunity to solve the investigation on your own.
This is also David Lynch at his funniest and most terrifying. In this age of cinema, his visions have never been clearer and I desperately want to see him make more films. There are two shows that I think will always give a heightened experience: Nathan for You and Breaking Bad. I’m glad to have finally found a third one that can satisfy this criteria. Sincerely, this is unlike anything I’ve seen before.
Ladies and gentlemen, Audrey’s dance.