Pi ★★★★½

Lovecraftian horror for the turn of the millenia, where ancient mysticism, homemade supercomputers, and hardcore number theory collide in grimy 16mm glory. Aronofsky's Tsukamoto influence is clear, but his ability to combine that with really in-depth bits of number theory and the intersection between mathematics and art means Pi is easily one of the most isolating indie thrillers I've seen.

Thankfully, it also seems to be tailor made to be the sort of thing I just eat up, so here we are.

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