Can we safely use time travel to explore our cultural folk tales? The past is a foreign place - inseparable from fact and fiction - it is all memory? Does time exist? Can we talk about time and myth or do we insult?
Donnie Darko is a 2001 psychological thriller film written and directed by Richard Kelly, and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Mary McDonnell, and Patrick Swayze. Director and Writer: Richard Kelly.
This picture is the perfect way to explain Donnie Darko. The picture shows all of the focuses in the movie. The rabbit (counting down to the end of the world), Grandma deaths mailbox (where she waited for Donnie to realize he's in a time vortex and waited for letter, Cellar Door (the most beautiful phrase in the English language), the burning house (where Donnie did expose the anti-christ), and so many more references that truly give you the whole description of Donnie Darko.