Tag: Darren Aronofsky

  • Noah (Aronofsky, 2014)

    Minority opinions are important things, particularly in Christian circles where they are rarely trumpeted or met with as much charity or respect as they ought to be. So it is worth disagreeing publicly if not to persuade, at least to model that it can be done without vitriol or condemnation.

  • Black Swan (Aronofsky, 2010)

    Were he still alive today, I can't help thinking that Black Swan would've been the late Japanese playwright, melodramatist and exhibitionist Yukio Mishima's all-time favorite movie...and I also recall how the costume designer Eiko Ishioka once mentioned Mishima's aesthetics were "in very poor taste."