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  • Cinematographer Frank G. DeMarco is credited with inventing Ultra 16 in 1996 while shooting tests for Darren Aronofsky's Pi.16 mm film-Wikipedia
  • The movie Pi is filmed entirely in black-and-white, with a grainy effect until the end.Black and white-Wikipedia
  • Aronofsky's feature debut, the surrealist psychological thriller Pi, was shot in November 1997.Darren Aronofsky-Wikipedia
  • The highly technological aesthetics of Brazil inspired the set design of Max Cohen's apartment in the film Pi.Brazil (1985 film)-Wikipedia
  • Darren Aronofsky's film Pi (1998) is an "incredibly complex and ambiguous film filled with both incredible style and substance" about a paranoid mathematician's "search for peace".Art film-Wikipedia
  • The film rights to Hubert Selby Jr.'s book were optioned by Scott Vogel for Truth and Soul Pictures in 1997 prior to the release of Aronofsky's film π.Requiem for a Dream-Wikipedia

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