It's good to say that you just won't see many films like " Requiem For any Dream". Designed from a novel by " Last Exit To Brooklyn" writer Hubert Selby Jr, this kind of tackles evenly tough subjects, in an equally uncompromising trend. It uses four Coney Island citizens: Lonely Sara Goldfarb (Ellen Burstyn) and her tired son Harry (Jared Leto); Harry's best mate Tyrone (Marlon Wayans) and Harry's girlfriend Marion (Jennifer Connelly) - because they follow the path of damage into medications hell. Nevertheless , this is not firmly a drugs motion picture. Instead, that shows how anything could become addictive, many people the television that rules Sara's life, the post - on which Sara waits with baited breathing for her invite onto her favourite TV SET gameshow -- and of course the crack pipe, heroin hook, or line of cocaine. You will find two things though that lift this motion picture above the norm: one is the staggering activities from all of the players (Ellen Burstyn particularly produces something which should be viewed and marvelled at by any hopeful actors) as well as the other is a flamboyant and innovative aesthetic style of overseer Darren Aronofsky (" Pi" ). A few say it can merely gimmicks. Well, with this context, the result is frighteningly effective. He says that he is searching for entirely subjective cinema and this can it be - as you may career headlong, sometimes literally, into the characters' nightmare. This is, without a doubt, cutting-edge film-making. Be warned: this is not intended for the faint-hearted. It's intense, stark, stomach-churning, and unglamorous. But provided you're well prepared for the journey, it can one you will not forget in a rush.