only have it capped for now! and thank you very much <3
First, sorry it took so long for me to answer this. I am guessing you have already completed your analysis (and I’d love to hear some of *your* thoughts). My first thought was to say “the capability of evil in man(kind), shown through BOB,” but I think that is far too simplistic. Vile, abusive, and murderous acts are perpetrated by men under BOB’s influence, but what about men like Leo Johnson? What does it mean that even someone like Cooper, who is shown to have a strong, moral sense of self, can be infiltrated by BOB?
I also think there is a lot to unpack in Twin Peaks about identity and sense of self. Several of the characters in TP combat this issue, but the most obvious example is Laura Palmer: TP does a fascinating job of showing everyone’s differing perspectives of her as well as the far-reaching consequences of her absence. We as the audience piece together these facets to form our own opinions about her without ever seeing her live on screen (excluding FWWM). I like this because we all are, at any given moment, shaped by a million different motivations, desires, and influences, and there’s not just One Thing that can adequately define any of us.
I know that these just barely touch on your question, and I’d love to get more input, so, dear followers: what do you think?
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