kmkmiller wrote:this is probably all in my head, and the last time I watched Fire Walk With Me was last year, so who knows what crazy things have gotten into my head about that movie over the last year. i had this big theory about bumblebee in Fire Walk With Me cause I found some wiki articles that seemed to connect, and then I realized "DARN! Gee, Kevin, bumblebee isn't even in the movie. bumblebee is in transformers! what the hell were you thinking?"
so take this for what it's worth. it's probably just stupid, but thought i'd share anyway.
Bozia is polish for Why God? And I know it's totally wishful thinking on my part to think that Lynch uses polish in another one of his films. with some polish oldsters lamenting the possibility that the main character doesn't know polish. THAT never happened. and even if it did, you can build connections like that about everything. it's like building an entire theory on the fact that cars appear in all of Lynch's films.
so to make matters worse, i looked up garmon.
Gar Mon, like that, means "My boy" in French. but that's not how it appears in the movie, separated like that, so this is just more stupidity on my part, the second you say "Gar mon" instead of "Garmon" it's all just fan fiction at that point! and even though Lynch himself in one scene in the TV show says "makes you wish you knew a little french," i'm just totally taking that quote out of context.
but i got to thinking what if you neutered the french noun in question.... you would have this:
Garmonbozia = My child, why God?
interesting to think about even if it's just dumb stuff people like me come up with when they think too much about Lynch movies.. the truth is David Lynch just makes up stuff all the time, and it doesn't mean anything. because even if it was true, the translation I propose above just wouldn't apply to Leland Palmer at all, anyway.
peirucalueva wrote:...even more successful than that of Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive... some parts of the aforementioned two films which have some momentary lapses of quality/taste..
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