Aronofsky confirmed one of those Easter eggs when asked what the crystal/egg means in the movie, saying it represents the apple on the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden.
Speaking a few hours before the New York City premiere of Mother!, both star Lawrence and writer-director Aronofsky (who have been dating since the film wrapped) said their mothers would be joining them at the screening.
"It was the most unique sounding movie I'd ever heard, and incredibly courageous", Lawrence said.
As time goes on, Lawrence's character starts to become suspicious of the man and his odd family, and also of her own husband.
Although "mother!" is definitely a disturbing film, it's not Aronofsky's most disturbing.
Resources Are Limited And For Indians First: Centre On Rohingya Stand
The Centre on Monday (September 18) stuck to its decision that the Rohingyas staying in India need to be deported to Myanmar . The court has adjourned the hearing in the matter to October 3.
Record-setting horror film "It" dominated the North American box office for the second consecutive weekend, accounting for almost three times the combined ticket sales of the next two films, final figures showed Monday.
He added: "But the one thing I can't understand is how people can't acknowledge the filmmaking - there are three camera shots in the whole film: over the shoulder, on her face, and her point of view. D's and F's, they shouldn't have made the movie, or they promoted it amusing and the absolute wrong crowd got into it", he said. The movie brought in $123 million in its debut weekend last week. At first it was really overwhelming and I thought, 'Is this going to be the rest of my life?' When I am releasing a movie and it's really heavy and really intense and I just know that it will die down.
From the beginning of the movie, we start feeling a unusual atmosphere in the environment of the characters. I think I'm just taking a little break.
Asked about the most hard shot she did and Matthew's long relationship with Darren, Jennifer replied, "The most hard we were doing was probably all the running up and down the stairs because everything was hand held".
"The movie was called "Day Six" [on set]: it could be about the creation and the end of the universe", she said.