Mad’s review published on Letterboxd:
There is something so transcendently beautiful and tragic about Laura Palmer's story.
Despite all the horrible things that she lived through, most of which we get to experience here first-hand, in all its horrifying nightmares, despite her never-ceasing pain and then painful death, one which hurts even more when you realize who's behind it, in the end, she is happy. She finally reaches a place that isn't cruel, or punishing. A place of comfort. Of angels.
Damn you, Lynch. You got me crying over here.