- Actores: Pamela Hart, Samia Shoaib, Sean Gullette, Joanne Gordon, Ajay Naiou
- Directores: Darren Aronofsky
- Formato: Color, DVD, Pantalla completa, PAL
- Audio: Inglés (Dolby Digital 2.0), Castellano (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Subtítulos: Inglés, Castellano
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.66:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 13 años
- Estudio: Filmax
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 17 mayo 2011
- Duración: 86 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
- ASIN: B0053CBM70
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº42.988 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
Pi (Fe En El Caos) [DVD]
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Max es un brillante matemático que está a punto de dar con el descubrimiento más importante de su vida: la decodificación del sistema numérico que rige el aparente caos del mercado bursátil. Pero primero ha de encontrar el valor del número PI. Mientras se acerca a la verdad, y afectado periódicamente por unas brutales jaquecas, Max es acosado por una agresiva firma de Wall Street y una secta judía que pretende descifrar los secretos ocultos tras los textos sagrados. Todos ansían apropiarse del inminente hallazgo de Max.
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La calidad de imagen es buena, partiendo de la base, que es de bajo presupuesto el film y aparte se grabo en blanco y negro en 16mm.
Pero para nada, desmerece la película en blu-ray goza de la magia que quiso el director plasmar.
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As a film concerned with the explanations of life's inner sanctums, its reason for existing, and man's role within its borders, "Pi" unravels nebulous borders, conveying within its galley the allegories, mystic bridges, and religious underpinnings which score our senses, while successfully opening our eyes to unrealized passions. Within these un-secured parallels the questions still unanswered, yet closer to our minds, in a film considered a genius epic, undertaken within a maelstrom of mistrust and self-loathing analysis.
Take for example, the duality expressed by our protagonist's immense desire for security and secrecy i.e. a multitude of door locks and his desire for complete academic openness, as indicators of man's classical battle between trust and distrust. Additionally, the total disregard of the venerable 216 as the true name of deity, while concerning himself with its focus on the idolatry nature of "Pi" reflects the demonic duality with angelic forces, as foretold in the Holy Bible.
Upon viewing, one can plainly see the self-destruction of his computers as an attempt to free contemporary society from the rigors similarly dealt with in the Garden of Eden through serpents and rounded fruits, while the numbers bandied about through stock market manipulations clearly relates those presently living with post- Apocalyptic dissipation of our current days' diminishing totals. How clear it becomes to liken his being told "Take a bath or there will be only chaos, never order" to the societal cleansing required to re-structure contemporary life in a self-effacing manner.
Only with a scrutinized vision can one interpret the film's depth and care for analysis and retribution toward self. When performing his mind cleansing lobotomy he relinquishes his hold on the structure and knowledge afforded to a select few while developing the ability to smile when speaking to a child. Are we not being castigated for viewing the world around us through our cerebral acuities while ignoring the passions of our heart? I think that the oft repeated visual of a removed brain being repeatedly stabbed and poked in rapid order affirms that query. The making of a classic film, told through symbolism and stretching the peripherals of our own boundaries can be clearly identified upon its viewing.
The use of spiral to signify the epiphany of life and its continuing struggles help define the nature of this film as it meanders through Freud's cabal of Id, Super Ego, and the manipulative and societal securing Ego to both explain the intellectual struggles and shifting compasses of moral turpitudes with which we approach our lives. It is with these identifiable and subliminal messages of text and vision upon which this film operates. Its beauty, horror, and self-effacing mockery perhaps defines us and our search for placement in this and other possible universes perhaps more clearly than any other current film. The progress established through its parables and the questions raised through its visions are why "Pi" should be considered a select film, best reserved for those seeking honesty and the hidden structure of the smallest pebble on Earth, while still bowing before the graces from beyond.
These assumptions take Max Cohen on an odyssey of pain and paranoia as he begins to uncover the meta-pattern that underlies reality itself. A surreal philosophical thriller, Pi asks the question, "Do you really want to know the TRUTH?"
The movie keeps an aura of menace and madness about it throughout, right up to the final question posed to Max. His answer, and the expression accompanying it perfectly finished the movie for me.
Most definitely not everyone's cup of tea, but I think it's portrayal of the danger associated with seeing too deeply is without peer.
Pi is an eccentric tale to say the least. Unlikely hero Max Cohen is an oddball mathematics genius who is studying the possible existence of detectable patterns in the stock market. Using his amazing homemade supercomputer, Max stumbles upon a bug that crashes his system and spits out a worthless number. However, Max becomes obsessed with the number and finding its potential meaning. A Hasidic sect and members of an extremely influential Wall Street firm hear about Max's number and want it for their own immoral purposes.
The story is fascinating and Aronofsky creates an air of urgency and suspense that draws the audience in. The subject matter is not the stuff of blockbusters and you will not find glamorous stars, so this film may not be for everyone. If you're a fan of the unusual or a follower of cult classics, then I highly recommend this film.