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Memento Mori Life Calendar printed, Stoicism Poster Life in Weeks Calendar, Stoicism Reflection, Memento Mori Poster Week of Life, Stoic Art Bunch, Sonny (October 27, 2021). " 'Donnie Darko' resonated with me as a teen. 20 years on, it hits me as a dad". The Washington Post . Retrieved May 11, 2023. a b c d e f Brunett, Adam (July 22, 2004). " "Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut": The Strange Afterlife of an Indie Cult Film". Indie Wire . Retrieved August 31, 2012. The director's cut DVD was released on February 15, 2005, in single- and double-disc versions, the latter being available in a standard DVD case or in a limited edition that also features a lenticular slipcase, whose central image alternates between Donnie and Frank depending on the viewing angle. Most additional features are exclusive to the two-DVD set: the director's commentary assisted by Kevin Smith, [59] excerpts from the storyboard, a 52-minute production diary, "#1 fan video", a "cult following" video interviewing English fans, and the new director's cut trailer. The single-DVD edition was also released as a giveaway with copies of the British Sunday Times newspaper on February 19, 2006.


a b c Luers, Erik (March 30, 2017). " "It Was a Long Uphill Battle": Richard Kelly on Donnie Darko" . Retrieved October 29, 2023.

Gonzalez, Ed (March 5, 2002). "DVD Review: Richard Kelly's Donnie Darko on Fox Home Entertainment". Slant . Retrieved February 20, 2021. a b Maçek III, J.C. (April 3, 2017). "Mainstream Darko: Director Richard Kelly on Building His Own Sandbox". PopMatters. Bathroom Art Movie Poster Print Halloween Horror Film Nightmare Bathtub Scene Digital Oil Painting Wall Decor Gift Kelly set out to write something "ambitious, personal, and nostalgic" about the 1980s which "pushed the envelope by combining science fiction with a coming-of-age tale". [13] [10] The New York Times honed in on the 1980s coming-of-age story aspect by observing the influence of John Hughes, noting the "ineffectual" adults and the fact that Donnie's "suffering is a way to make him more sensitive". [14] Kelly summarized the script was to be "an amusing and poignant recollection of suburban America in the Reagan era". [15] He recalled a news story that he had read as a child, which he later called an urban legend, [16] about a large piece of ice falling from the wing of a plane and crashing through a boy's bedroom, who was not there at the time and thus escaped death. [15] Kelly used this to develop an initial idea of a jet engine falling onto a house and no one could determine its origin. He then built the rest of the script with the aim of resolving the mystery at the end while taking a "most interesting voyage" to get there, although at this point he knew the plane was to be one that Donnie's mother was on and was from a different dimension. [17] [10] At one point Kelly considered replacing the jet engine with a piece of ice, like he had read. [18] He based the film's concept of time travel and alternate universes from reading A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. [11] Booth, Paul (2008). "Intermediality in Film and Internet: Donnie Darko and Issues of Narrative Substantiality". Journal of Narrative Theory. 38 (3): 398–415. doi: 10.1353/jnt.0.0016. JSTOR 41304894. S2CID 161655194.

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In 2017, Kelly revealed that he had ideas for a new sequel that is "much bigger and more ambitious" than the original. [80] [81] In January 2021, he announced that "an enormous amount of work" had been done on the script. [82] He was inspired to do so after a 2010 meeting with James Cameron, who found the film "disturbing" and had Kelly explain what happened to Donnie at the end of the film. Cameron suggested to Kelly that he continue working on the project, which made Kelly realise that "there was really something big, something epic that could be done." [83] In other media [ edit ]Schilling, Dave (November 14, 2016). "Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly: 'Sometimes films need time to marinate' " . Retrieved January 26, 2017– via The Guardian. Hermanns, Grant (January 25, 2021). "Exclusive: Richard Kelly Talks Donnie Darko Sequel & Rod Serling Biopic". . Retrieved January 29, 2021. a b c Coggan, Devan (April 7, 2017). "The behind-the-scenes story of Donnie Darko's creepy bunny suit". Entertainment Weekly . Retrieved January 31, 2021. Donnie Darko Movie, Richard Kelly Poster - Movie Poster, Minimalist Art, Vintage Poster, Retro Poster, Midcentury Art, Wall Art, Dad Gifts Donnie Poster - Retro Movie Poster - Minimalist Poster - Retro Movie Poster - Vintage inspired - Midcentury Art - Wall Decor

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