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Pi (1998)

Updated: Jan 18, 2019

Viewing Nov' 18 ///

The materiality of film imprinted with high contrast composition, encapsulates the unstable backdrop of wires and old tech and is gifted further mania by its drum and bass soundtrack. This is the perfect stylistic basis to portray Max, our erratic genius who attempts to give his life meaning. A must watch for any Aronofsky fan, with his debut feature film he solidified his directorial voice amongst other surrealist directors like David Lynch, and certainly gave him the tools necessary to create his follow up masterpiece Requiem for a Dream.


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