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  1. Alec.
    04-10-2013 09:23 AM
    Alec.
    Ulp.
  2. L.
    03-10-2013 08:30 PM
    L.
    I agree Pi was extremely inverting and unsettling I mean it managed to give me motion sickness on the train! Having re watched Requiem at the weekend I can really appreciate how Pi is laying out the blue print for requiem in sense of the camera work, use of music and the repetitive actions. Get ready for ready for Harry's arm!
  3. Alec.
    03-10-2013 02:34 PM
    Alec.
    Pi really unnerved me, it just keeps unsettling you. To the point where Angel by Massive Attack becomes relatively comforting and normal-sounding- and then they pull that rug from under your feet too I was already bad with needles in film and TV, but then the drill? I mean it was great, but... aargh Think I'm gonna watch Requiem tonight, just gonna grab a hanky before I do.
  4. L.
    01-10-2013 09:53 PM
    L.
    Let me know what you think of them I've found Pi so I'm planning to watch it on the train on Thursday as I have a meeting in London. Currently listening to Death Is The Road To Awe, this is such a amazing piece of music so tragic and powerful!
  5. Alec.
    01-10-2013 12:02 PM
    Alec.
    I'm borrowing the two today I'm not sure what the references in 12 Monkeys actually are, so I'm gonna have to rewatch it after Vertigo. My to-see list is huge just now, which is the way I like it
  6. L.
    30-09-2013 12:54 PM
    L.
    I haven't see Pi yet but I have seen Requiem For A Dream a couple of time and it is such a raw film. I love the camera work and I think the soundtrack perfectly reflects the atmosphere of the film and what's happening to the characters. The only other Aronofski film I haven't seen is the wrestler. I absolutely loved Black Swan but I thought The Fountain was a bit hit and miss although the soundtrack and filmography are gorgeous. I never realised there were references to Vertigo in 12 Monkeys but then I haven't watched it in years.
  7. Alec.
    29-09-2013 03:08 PM
    Alec.
    Ah, wow that's cool I'm gonna borrow Pi and Requiem off a friend, hopefully I can get hold of them this evening. Been meaning to watch Vertigo ever since I saw Twelve Monkeys, as everyone keeps telling me that there are loads of references to it in that film (presumably the bizarre relationship aspect).
  8. L.
    27-09-2013 04:12 PM
    L.
    He played stuff from his main soundtracks like Pi, Moon, Requiem, The Fountain, etc... The nice thing is that he gave a little intro and background before each piece. I know what you mean that's how I discovered Moon and The Fountain by watching the films. Which Aronofsky films are you planning to watch? I'm glad you enjoyed Dial M for Murder I think you'll enjoy Vertigo. I'm planning to rewatch Requiem for a Dream and watch for the first time Never Let me Go.
  9. Alec.
    27-09-2013 03:07 PM
    Alec.
    Ah, sweet- what sort of stuff does he play live? I kind of want to experience it for the first time with the film, if that makes sense. First time I heard "Lunar Industries" it was on the (great) advert for the (diabolically awful) Alien: Colonial Marines Game and I had no idea where it came from until Moon came along and broke my heart. I'm planning to watch Aaronofsky's films in the near future along with some of Hitchcock's (Dial M was perfect, can't fault it in any way).
  10. L.
    24-09-2013 05:41 PM
    L.
    In the sense of since I saw him live earlier this year I think he can do no wrong. That main there from Moon gives me goosebumps every time I listen to it. Have you listened to The Fountain soundtrack? It's my favourite after Moon.

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