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(Aug. 2002) - On the tenth anniversary of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, this issue features an all-new, 10-page essay that proposes a way to interpret the film as a cohesive work in which the Deer Meadow prologue is fully integrated into the entirety of the film! Plus: a detailed episode guide to Mark Frost's short-lived All Souls TV show; a brief interview with David Lynch's Blue Bob CD collaborator John Neff; a huge letters column; and some X-Files news. Wraparound cover photo from FWWM!
Wrapped in Plastic Magazine was a bi-monthly magazine devoted to analysis and critique of the works of David Lynch and other artists associated with the television series, Twin Peaks. WIP regularly featured in-depth analyses of films (and other projects) by Lynch, interviews with Twin Peaks actors, writers, and producers, news on projects by Lynch and other TP alum, a letters column, and news on the television series The X-Files.