“I’ve seen an awful lot, and I hope I never see it again. You see real suffering from people. It does a number on you.”
1988 and small town in USA a rabbit-headed figure, Frank, informs American teen Donnie Darko that the world is coming to an end.
Donnie darko a brilliant but troubled teenager plague with hybrid of suburban paranoia and apocalypticand terrifying visions. The counselling sessions hold a ‘logical’ explanation for the disturbing nightmares and time-travelling episodes that Donnie undergoes, he avoids taking his medication.
During theses episodes Donnie experiences strange events occurred affecting his home school and his life before a terrifying imaginary giant rabbit friend – leads him to the edge of his sanity. This film has many subliminal which reveals a different dimension of the philosophy of time travel in this master piece.
The book brings its readers further into the world of Donnie Darko and its creator Richard Kelly. Donnie Darko will never surrender up all its mysteries, but this book will be an indispensable guide into its intriguing world.
The children have to save themselves these days because the parents have no clue.” ― Richard Kelly, The Donnie Darko Book
Review by Johnbooks
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