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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me Details

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David Lynch's prequel to his cult television series "Twin Peaks" concerns the last seven days in the life of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), whose plastic-wrapped corpse, found floating in a river, was the fulcrum for the television series. During the day in the town of Twin Peaks, Laura is a top honors student at the local high school. By night, she is a sex-crazed cokehead, prostituting herself at a sleazy sex club to get money to feed her drug habit. Her race to oblivion is fueled by her father, Leland (Ray Wise), who, as his alter ego Bob (Frank Silva), has been sexually abusing Laura since she was a child. But Laura has an attack of conscience when she realizes that she is leading her best friend Donna (Moira Kelly) down the same rocky road. Leland, however, discovers Laura's nocturnal debauchery when, during a business trip out-of-town, his mistress for a sexual tryst sets him up with his own daughter. In a fit of jealous rage, Leland follows Laura as she travels to a sex party in an abandoned railroad car. Consumed by insatiable longing, Leland transforms himself into Bob, with tragic results for Laura and her friends. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:February 5, 1993

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Independent Spirit Awards Angelo Badalamenti Best Original Score 1992 Winner
Independent Spirit Awards Sheryl Lee Best Actress 1992 Nominee

Cast

Sheryl Lee
as Laura Palmer
Chris Isaak
as Special Agent Chester Desmond
Ray Wise
as Leland Palmer
David Bowie
as Phillip Jeffries
Moira Kelly
as Donna Hayward
Kyle MacLachlan
as Dale Cooper
Harry Dean Stanton
as Carl Rodd
Kiefer Sutherland
as Sam Stanley
Dana Ashbrook
as Bobby Briggs
Peggy Lipton
as Norma Jennings
James Marshall
as James Hurley
Grace Zabriskie
as Sarah Palmer
Pam Gidley
as Teresa Banks
David Lynch
as Gordon Cole
Mädchen Amick
as Shelly Johnson
Miguel Ferrer
as Albert Rosenfield
Heather Graham
as Annie Blackburn
Jürgen Prochnow
as Woodman
Gary Bullock
as Sheriff Cable
Anne Gaybis
Elizabeth Ann McCarthy
as Giggling Secretary
Everett McGill
as Ed Hurrly
Chris Pederson
as Tommy
Phoebe Augustine
as Ronette Pulaski
Eric Da Re
as Leo Johnson
Lenny Von Dohlen
as Harold Smith
Frances Bay
as Mrs. Tremond
Catherine Coulson
as Log Lady
Michael J. Anderson
as Man from Another Place
Walter Olkewicz
as Jacques Renault
Al Strobel
as Philip Gerard (The One Armed Man)
Gary Hershberger
as Mike Nelson
Sandra Kinder
as Irene at Hap's
Victor Rivers
as Buck
Rick Aiello
as Cliff Howard
Joe Berman
as Bus Driver
Yvonne Roberts
as 1st Prostitute
John Hoobler
as Pilot
Paige Bennett
as French Girl at Hap's
Ingrid Brucato
as Curious Woman
Chuck McQuary
as Medic
Margaret Adams
as Fat Trout Neighbor
Calvin Lockhart
as Electrician
David Brisbin
as Second Woodman
Andrea Hays
as Heidi
Julee Cruise
as Roadhouse Singer
Steven Hodges
as Band at Roadhouse
James Parks
as Service Station Mechanic
Jane Jones
as School Teacher
Karin Robison
as Angel in Train Car
Kimmy Robertson
as Lucy Moran (scenes deleted)
Calvin Lockhart
as Electrician
Yvonne Roberts
as 1st Prostitute
Catherine Coulson
as Log Lady
Lenny Von Dohlen
as Harold Smith
Elizabeth Ann McCarthy
as Giggling Secretary
Sandra Kinder
as Irene at Hap's
Jane Jones
as School Teacher
Ingrid Brucato
as Curious Woman
Rick Aiello
as Cliff Howard
Phoebe Augustine
as Ronette Pulaski
Andrea Hays
as Heidi
Chris Pederson
as Tommy
Chuck McQuary
as Medic
John Hoobler
as Pilot
Eric Da Re
as Leo Johnson
Victor Rivers
as Buck
Karin Robison
as Angel in Train Car
Gary Hershberger
as Mike Nelson
James Parks
as Service Station Mechanic
Frances Bay
as Mrs. Tremond
Margaret Adams
as Fat Trout Neighbor
Everett McGill
as Ed Hurrly
Steven Hodges
as Band at Roadhouse
Walter Olkewicz
as Jacques Renault
Paige Bennett
as French Girl at Hap's
Joe Berman
as Bus Driver
Al Strobel
as Philip Gerard (The One Armed Man)
Julee Cruise
as Roadhouse Singer
David Brisbin
as Second Woodman
Michael J. Anderson
as Man from Another Place

Crew

David Lynch
Director
Gregg Fienberg
Producer
David Lynch
Screenwriter
Ronald V. Garcia
Cinematographer
Angelo Badalamenti
Composer (Music Score)
Mary Sweeney
Editor
John Wentworth
Co-producer
Tim Harbert
Associate Producer
Johanna Ray
Associate Producer
David Lynch
Executive Producer
Mark Frost
Executive Producer
Leslie Morales
Set Designer
Johanna Ray
Casting
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