Pi was one of those films I saw once, "appreciated," and decided never to view again.
I stand corrected.
A surreal slice n dice interpretation.
Really well done; I was confused and off balance the whole time.
Certain that was That One Guy's intent, so good one.
Never noticed video sloppiness or audio errors.
Again, I was too busy going, "Wha?" or "Oh, hell."
Inspired deconstruction of a seriously bent film.
Well, very interesting short. Pi's a pretty crazy movie as is, so chopping it up and playing with the narrative, as the editor has done, makes it even crazier. It's kind of confusing at times, though I think that was probably intended. The decision to make this a silent is a cool one (and I appreciate the color tint). The use of title cards is skillful, though I think there might have been an over reliance, and I'm not sure completely bought the narrative. However, this is, nonetheless, great work.
- Interesting introduction to lay the ground work (and nice to have scenes accompanying the text)
cool song as well
- Video quality was fine save for a few random times where it seemed like a flash of red came on the upper quarter of the screen for a frame or two
- Music choices were great and IMO conveyed the meaning and feeling of the scenes
- Overall I enjoyed this short. Very “outside the box” and clever idea to use a movie about a man obsessed with numbers/solving an equation and change it into a man obsessed with solving a crime.
Like Neglify said in his review, this IS trippy.
Like if the faneditor tried to fuck up the brain of the audience with this none-stop music, haha.
Anyway, interesting, but maybe not for everyone. (like the movie it is from)