Composition for a Dream is frequently portrayed as one of the most upsetting and "difficult to-watch" films at any point made. Darren Aronofsky's subsequent component film, in view of Hubert Selby Jr's. novel of a similar name, follows four characters as they plunge to discouraging profundities from their illicit drug use. The follow up to his presentation highlight, Pi, set up Aronofsky as a profoundly innovative movie producer with an unmistakable style.
In this succession we follow Marion (Jennifer Connelly) as she leaves a structure. On paper, it is a moderately basic arrangement. In any case, Aronofsky's one of a kind style and capricious utilization of camera makes a dazzling scene that is practically agonizing a direct result of its power.