Supercuts explore key visual motifs in Aronofsky’s films

Supercuts explore key visual motifs in Aronofsky’s films March 19, 2015

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Back in October, I posted a series of screencaps demonstrating the visual and thematic links between Noah and Darren Aronofsky’s earlier films. One of these days, if I ever familiarize myself with video editing software, I might do something similar in video form. In the meantime, “supercuts” that chart the visual links between Aronofsky’s films — up to and including Noah — have begun to surface. You can check out two of them below the jump, and I will add more to this post if any come along.

‘Pupil’ looks at how Aronofsky’s films have focused on the eyes of their characters:

‘Blind Leading the Blind’ looks at how the camera in his films often follows characters from behind, as if to make it seem that we are being dragged behind them:

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