Category Archives: Pi

Creation, Mathematics, and the Mind of God

The main character in the film Pi (1998), named Max, is searching for a number (perhaps a solution to a mathematical equation) that holds the key to understanding fundamental truths. The film itself never makes clear what kind of truths … Continue reading

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Pi (2008), an irrational film, will screen this Friday

Pi (1998), written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, will be screened this Friday (May 2). The theme for our May films is, “The Universe in Three Acts”, and each of the three films we are discussing this month deals with … Continue reading

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PI SCREENS @ CSL

  Fellow Film Club Members & Movie Buffs:   The intriguing beguiling theme for this month’s movie selections: “The Universe in Three Acts”. April has nearly waned, and sweet May looms lovely on all of our horizons. In May the Tacoma … Continue reading

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Film Picks for May 2014

The intriguing beguiling theme for this month’s movie selections: “The Universe in Three Acts”. THEATRICAL RELEASE Screening now at the Grand Cinema; opened on 04/18/14. PARTICLE FEVER (2013) Directed by Mark Levinson @ 100 minutes. This is a fascinating documentary … Continue reading

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