Footage from this movie is used.
This movie was made for academic purposes and uses a re-edited material of Darren Aronofsky's movie
The sequence where 'The Swede' is murdered in his hotel room is IDENTICAL to one in Pi (1998), where Max Cohen's door is shaking during an intense migraine. In Pi the door bursts open to pure white (culminating in a fade to white), and in The Killers, intense light bursts through to reveal the Swede's killers. Also note the reaction shot of Max and the Swede to the door 'jiggling' -- Their framing and positioning on the bed is identical, and so too is the editing sequence of door shot to face shot etc... A long and overt homage.
Video box is shown in movie store.
There are two moments it references PI, from Darren Aronofsky. At the moment Paul and Christina are having lunch and he starts to talk about Mathemathics in everything around, coming to a superior stuff, and a few seconds later, when the cam aims to the Sun, just like did Max Cohen (Sean Gullette's character in PI).
"Did anyone see 'Pi'?"
A shut-in character with physical manifestations of a psychological disorder
Darren Aronofsky mentions this film
In segment "Mickey Rourke presenta Muchachada Nui".
Brett says the director of "Black Swan" also directed this movie
The man that Nina sees or hallucinates in the subway appears in some of Max's hallucinations in Pi
mentioned in dialogue
Strange men singing "I only have eyes for you" out of nowhere in both films.
In both films the numeral Pi is of great significance to the main character.
black and white dramatization
Mentioned in dialogue.
Mentioned by Joe.
features clips from this film
The #5 Movie With Numbers For Names
clips shown and title/theme music discussed
movie is discussed and analyzed
The title and the theme.
Includes a character who is a spoof of this film