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FORT MASON FLIX: Pi

FORT MASON FLIX

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Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture

Mar 14th @ 8:00 p.m.

“If we’re built from Spirals while living in a giant Spiral, then is it possible that everything we put our hands to is infused with the Spiral?”

Pi

About: Celebrate Pi Day with Pi, Darren Aronofsky’s acclaimed first film about a troubled mathematician who achieves a mystical breakthrough in the world of enigmatic numbers. Sean Gullettte plays Max Cohen, an unemployed number theorist suffering from severe cluster headaches, paranoia, hallucinations, and schizoid personality disorder. Despite these issues, and the fact that he has few friends and lives in a depressing squat in Manhattan’s Chinatown, Max programs his computer, Euclid, hoping to catch some stock market predictions.

Euclid spits out a mystifying 216-digit number and crashes, infuriating Max. However, the strange number leads to revelations about codes from God, secret Kabbalic patterns in the Jewish sacred text The Torah, and clairvoyance for Max. All this arcane knowledge intensifies his headaches and causes a vein in his temple to bulge ominously. When sinister Wall Street agents give Max a top-secret computer chip, all hell breaks loose in the world of finances and math.

Director: Darren Aronofsky

Year Released: 1998

Rating: R

Run Time: 84 minutes

Cast: With Sean Gullette, Mark Margolis, Ben Shenkman, Samia Shoaib, Pamela Hart, Ajay Naidu, Joanne Gordon, and Stephen Pearlman

Showing: March 14, 8:00 p.m.

Special offers

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Partners

Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture is proud to partner with DoTheBay, the official media partner of FORT MASON FLIX, Xfinity, Volume Inc., Large Screen Video, and Edlen. Organizations interested in sponsoring FORT MASON FLIX should contact Sales@DoTheBay.com.

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