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  • Darren Aronofsky

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    Aside from Darren Aronofsky’s ability to visually tell breathtaking stories, it is his formalistic style of filmmaking that has earned him his recognition in the film industry. Born on February 12, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York, Darren was a self described "Brooklyn Hip-Hop kid." His upbringing was marked by his Jewish heritage. Darren would paint graffiti art on subway cars and film going in Times Square. He had a lot of inspiration around him that led him to have a passion for film and all types of

  • Darren Aronofsky's Pi

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    Darren Aronofsky's Pi Is there an answer, a key to unlocking the mystery of nature, of life, of the universe? In the movie Pi, this question is explored through an intriguing, intense, thought-provoking plot, which leaves the viewer pondering its contents and ideas for hours afterwards. The movie Pi was written and directed by the young producer Darren Aronofsky. As his first big film, Pi won him "Best Director" at the 1998 Sundance film festival. This film was produced in an ideal

  • Darren Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream

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    Darren Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream Requiem for a Dream is a movie that was directed by Darren Aronofsky. It's a story about the decent in to the hell and torment of drug addiction; however, Aronofsky sets out to demonstrate both the seductive ecstasy of a high and the shattering anguish of addiction. Character development is the main focus of Requiem, which is shown through creative camera angles, precise editing, and brilliant acting. This movie blew my mind away, actually I found it difficult

  • Darren Aronofsky's Pi and Other Movies

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    Darren Aronofsky, born February 12, 1969, is known for his American Films and collaborations with cinematographer Andrew Weisblum and soundtrack composer Clint Mansell. Aronofsky is probably best known for films involving graphic surreal scenes, without a doubt containing drugs, nudity, gore, sex and even sometimes all of the above. While the scenes and script are structured to make its audience’s stomachs drop, it’s the way they fulfill a complete story that makes the work of Darren Aronofsky so

  • Cirque du Freak by Darren Shan

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    The book I read was called Cirque du Freak The Saga of Darren Shan. This is a quick and easy to read thriller for the whole family. Darren Shan tells this 266 page ?true story? about his life as a child wonderfully. This story is an attention grabber and once you start, it will be hard to put down. The setting itself is pretty simple. It starts in what I assume is about a fifth or sixth grade classroom and then falls into the circus. Of course, this is no ordinary circus; it is an ?underground

  • Cirque De Freak By Darren Shan Reflection Document By Alexus Patrick

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    I think that Cirque De Freak by Darren Shan was rather strange. The book wasn’t very well-written in my opinion. The plot was too outlandish, the characters were too dense, and the word choice was just awful in general. Basically, Cirque De Freak talks about Darren Shan who visits a traveling freak show with his best friend Steve. Steve, who practically worships monsters, recognizes a performer from the cirque (Mr. Crepsley) as a vampire from one of the photographs in his monster research books.

  • Darren Mansaram

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    Darren Mansaram Darren Mansaram (or Flash as he is better off known) scored one of the best goals he had ever scored in his short career. Only eighteen years of age, but an up and coming star of the future hit the sweetest of shots to keep Grimsby Town in the F.A Cup. Grimsby was playing Burnley in the third round of the F.A Cup for a place in the fourth round maybe to face one of the premiership big boys. It was a miserable day with snow coming down in buckets. The previous league match

  • Darren Skanson

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    Overview From a very early age Darren Skanson had a burning passion for music. His passion grew deeper when realized how much excitement a crowd has when watching a musical performer. In 1989, Darren graduated from Moorhead State University with a BA in music. Darren’s career first began by being a lead guitarist in a heavy metal band. The band, Mata Hari, split up in 1993. Darren then joined Malcolm Watson, who was a classical violinist, at Watson and Company. Darren and Malcolm produced the third

  • Influential Achievements of Darren Criss

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    Singers, songwriters, and actors are constantly endeavoring to inspire others in some way, and Darren Criss is no different. Darren Criss has accomplished numerous goals in his twenty-seven years of life, and he has many more to accomplish in the future. He began achieving goals at the age of five when he learned how to play the violin. He continued to strive for greatness as he wrote his first song at the age of fifteen. He brought the Harry Potter series to life when he wrote the songs for, and

  • A Look At Savage Garden

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    Savage Garden is an Australian duo formed in 1994 by Daniel Jones and Darren Hayes. Daniel Jones, born on July 22, 1973 in Essex England moved to Brisbane, Australia as a young child, he plays keyboard, guitar, programming and sings back up. Darren came from a long line of musicians, so his love for music started when he was very young. When he was little, his brother had a drum set and when he went out, Daniel would sneak into his room and play then, he took piano lessons when he was seven