fb.indiewire.com Since directing his debut feature, the award-winning "Pi" on a budget of $60,000 raised from family and friends, back in 1998, Darren Aronofsky has established himself as one of the few truly auteur directors who have the clout to bring their creative visions to cinemas. From "Last Exit to Brooklyn,' "Requiem for a Dream" and "Black Swan," to "The Wrestler," "The Fountain" and "Noah," Aronofsky has consistently blurred the artificial lines between good and bad in the most original ways.
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