For some, going to the movies means eating popcorn and escaping from our trivial problems for two hours. In the warm glow of the big screen, sensitive-but-strong Ryan Goslings catch us mid-swoon, scantly clad women with huge breasts fight crime and the good guys always win. But the dark-chocolate Toblerone set prefers something a bit more challenging -- an immersing experience that lingers long after the credits roll. The Celluloid Couch film series explores complex films at length, following each screening with an explicative discussion led by a scholar. It continues this tradition with a screening of Darren Aronofsky's 2010... More >>>