The Long Lost Phillip Jeffries – Explained!

30 04 2017

The Little White Mask Blog

Written by Eden H. Roquelaire for Twin Peaks Freaks.

Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers for Fire Walk with Me and The Secret History of Twin Peaks.


One of the most enigmatic scenes in all of Twin Peaks is the brief but memorable appearance of the “long lost” Phillip Jeffries (played by the late great David Bowie, R.I.P.). The scene sparked so many questions with the very little it showed us, and almost none of it is explained or even referenced again in the film. It’s a bizarre aside in the larger story, but there is undoubtedly great importance to it. It features many integral characters and motifs, yet it is so hard to fit in with the rest of the movie. What is Jeffries doing in Buenos Aires? Why has he been missing? Who is Judy?  What is the relevance to the rest of the plot?

Jeffries’ appearance is one of the most hotly debated mysteries…

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Darth Vader: Fascination for the Shield

29 04 2017

The Origins of Star Wars

The most popular emblem of Star Wars was not supposed to have the growing importance he possessed in the films; he was not even supposed to be Luke Skywalker’s secret genitor, but more simply a very charismatic menace that didn’t hold any deeper purpose – other than being feared by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke. Obviously, Lucas got rid of the idea and we now got Darth Vader (which, according to Lucas in a 2005 interview for Rolling Stones magazine, is supposed to be reminescent of ‘Dark Father’).

Vader in an artficial respiratory room in 'The Empire Strikes Back' © LucasFilmVader in an artficial respiratory room in ‘The Empire Strikes Back’© LucasFilm

The things making Vader so fascinating as a villain can be considered as a whole, but his costume is definitely the most important piece of the puzzle. Its overall design and the character’s nature itself went thru many changes; going thru the imagination of Ralph McQuarrie, whose sketches gradually seduced…

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Body Heat

25 04 2017

Star Wars – Ironing out the prequels

19 04 2017

Random ramblings on music and movies


It’s been a while since I’ve done any random rambling that wasn’t part of a review and with Star Wars fever overrunning the world on the lead up to The Force Awakens, it seems as good a time as any to share some thoughts on the franchise thus far. This particular post is going to look at several subtle adjustments that I think would have worked well for Episodes I – III.
My aim here is not to rewrite the story that George Lucas delivered over the course of those three movies. As I mentioned a long time ago, in an article far, far away, I am not a prequel hater. I prefer to take the six episodes to date as a whole and appreciate the tale in its entirety. In that respect, I find the narrative that unfolds from The Phantom Menace to Revenge of the Sith to be satisfactory in a broad sense…

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3 04 2017


Kyle Maclachlan as FBI agent, Dale Cooper  and  Ms.  Sherilyn  Fenn  as Audrey Horne,  Mark Frost and David Lynch’s  TWIN  PEAKS