Ep. 85 — PI [π] (1998)

Our latest Psychotronic Summer entry takes us back to 1998 with a viewing of visionary director Darren Aronofsky's debut feature, PI (aka π).

PI is a psychological thriller involving math, Hebrew mysticism, the stock market, and one man's decent into madness. It's a film that certainly showcases many of the skills that Aronofsky would put to great use in later films.

So does it belong in the Psychotronic Hall of Fame?

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