oh my god. I was in shock after I finished this movie. I walked around disturbed for days It's so well made.. and the delivery of the storyline is unique and successfully executed. I think it takes a certain taste to appreciate it, but it is one work of art.
Its called requiem for a dream not of a dream. It's a very beautiful/sad movie something that is worth watching. I feel weird calling it a classic but to me it is a classic something past and present and future generations will always appreciate.
Omg I haven't seen this movie since I was like 16! One of my all time favorites! My friends and I would sit around smoking pot all day watching this movie. It is so sad and messed up! It Definitley scared me out of doing hardcore drugs in my teens!
This is one of my absolute favorites. I love dramatic movies, not to mention the music by Clint Mansell is AMAZING. Yeah, this movie is essentially painting us a picture of the downward spiral of these people. The ending especially is very graphic and disturbing. But it makes you think. And Darren Aronofsky is a great director, he's the one who did Black Swan!
Also, Jennifer Connelly is very pretty and a bit thinspirational in this movie
The ending slowly creeps up on you and was definitely not what i expected when i first started watching the film. Now ive had time to reflect and think of the whole film and not just the ending, i did really enjoy it. Drug films are just so interesting! Another favourite is The Basketball Diaries, with baby leo
My boyfriend made me watch this when we started dating (I was 16) with him and I have to say it had me in a weird mood for days. The message was intense and it was definitely incredible to watch but I personally handle movies like that.
And I'm 100% sure this why I have never done drugs, subliminally the last 10 minutes of the movie just played in my head every time.
I first watched this movie in high school and I didn't know what to think after I watched it. I haven't watched it again since. I just remembered being in a weird mood for a couple of days after watching it.
I don't watch that much movies, but this one is one of my favorite. The music, the colors, the feelings... everything is awesome. I really like the part where Sarah Goldfarb makes this very emotive monologue when talking to her son.