Catching the Big Fish - Chapters 36-51 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 36-51 Summary and Analysis

Many people rely on fear as a motivator, which Lynch thinks is a mistake. Fear causes hatred, which causes anger. Diving within is a more productive way to be creative. People will give more of themselves and have fun doing it. Sometimes things happen in strange ways. In filming the pilot of Twin Peaks some crew were moving furniture and one man captured Lynch's attention. The man became an integral part of one of the initial scenes. This was something that Lynch had never planned, yet it turned out to be a magnificent addition to the story. Lynch enjoys "happy accidents." For example, Twin Peaks was somehow accepted as a TV pilot, but the show got only a mediocre rating before it aired. On the first night, the market share was huge and the show took off. Another example...

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