5:17 – One phone call

Lynch and Frost have a number of ways of making their villains seem sinister or threatening. The way Lynch implements certain drones and tones in the score, for instance. In the writing, one such device has been to give these antagonists the upper hand in some way that baffles or bewilders the so-called 'white hats'. … Continue reading 5:17 – One phone call

5:3 – Still with me

In Yankton Federal Prison, South Dakota, Mr. C (Kyle MacLachlan) lies on his bunk in his cell and predicts the arrival of his evening meal. "And now food is coming". The guard approaches and passes the tray through the slot in the bars. Mr. C washes his hands and looks in the small mirror above … Continue reading 5:3 – Still with me

4:11 – The interview

We cut to a short while later and Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch), Agents Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) and Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) are positioned in a darkened room, ready to speak to the incarcerated Mr. C (Kyle MachLachlan). They sit behind protective glass. Cole announces his intention to speak to the prisoner. He … Continue reading 4:11 – The interview

4:10 – Faces of stone

Patriotism manifests in a number of different ways over the course of The Return, from Dr. Jacoby's mountainside broadcasts railing against the government to how the American flag kindles memories of Cooper in Douglas Jones. It is used as a tool by various characters for different purposes. For FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch), patriotism … Continue reading 4:10 – Faces of stone