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Discussion in 'Movies, Books, TV & Media' started by Ebart, Jun 11, 2017.
I am extremely happy with how that ended.
I'm still trying to unpack the ending.
What seems to me is that
once Cooper reunited with real Diane/eyeless girl (?...!...?), Cooper's face faintly superimposed over the screen suggested some sort of divergence in reality- perhaps entering Cooper's dream- where he still believes that he can save Laura. He tries to take her from the lodge, but she disappears. He envisions that he could have prevented her murder or that she is someone someplace else (yet still in trouble) but it still won't work. Maybe it has something to do with that symbol that Jeffries showed Cooper- the ant-face thing that Evil Cooper was looking for and that Hawk seemed to regard as an unspeakable evil- it seemed to connote a deliberately-misleading path.