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A Supercut of Darren Aronofsky Stares

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As his last film, Noah, showed, director Darren Aronofsky is not afraid of the dramatic and the epic.

Never one to shy away from a lingering shot to capture some inner torment, his greatest 'stare' moments have been collated by Vimeo editor WarmBakedBread, in this brilliant supercut, entitled Pupil.

It features eye-popping moments from all six of the movies that Aronofsky has directed, from 1998's Pi, through to the aforementioned Noah, released last year.

Watch below: it's starey, starey good indeed.

[via Verge]

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