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“It All Cannot Be Said Aloud Now”: Twin Peaks Premiere Had 6 Minutes Of Silent Stares (Supercut)

Take a break from analyzing everything the characters said in the Twin Peaks premiere. Watch them stare instead.
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In true David Lynch fashion, the two-part Twin Peaks premiere counted a whole lot of silent stares. Over six minutes of staring, actually.

Ben Rosenfield in Twin Peaks

Now how do I know that?

I know this because Niko Nawalany made a supercut of all of them, and it’s strangely soothing to watch. Especially after obsessing over everything the characters did say*.

“It all cannot be said aloud now.”

*A perfectly healthy thing to do. Join the discussion!

Twin Peaks: The Return Silent Stares Supercut

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  1. Flimmervielfalt says:

    They are staring as if there will be no tomorrow.

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