Whats the issue with understanding Pi?

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  1. Butch C

    Butch C Second Unit

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    Maybe ive missed something...wheres the confusion?
     
  2. Bill J

    Bill J Producer

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    Pi is pretty easy to understand if you give it at least two viewings.
     
  3. Scott Weinberg

    Scott Weinberg Lead Actor

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    What's hard to understand? Boy screws pi, Dad comes in, audience laughs, sequel greenlit.

    Oh, wait...
     
  4. Bill J

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  5. Paul_D

    Paul_D Cinematographer

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    Who ever said there was an issue? [​IMG]
    P.S. Scott: [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  7. Howard Williams

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    Huh ?
     
  8. Eric Walsh

    Eric Walsh Stunt Coordinator

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    Butch is probaly wondering about this after reading this thread.......
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...threadid=63817 ....just to clear up the confusion about where this is coming from.
    I myself was wondering what was overly mentally challenging about Pi. I think I understand it but I haven't seen it in a year so maybe I forget some of it. I just know that it did make you think and was good subject for conversation.
    -Eric
     

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