Equal parts visual chronicle and artful scene study, mother The Making of the Fever Dream recounts Darren Aronofsky's spellbinding second half of mother , and how it was constructed, with corresponding screen grabs, behind-the-scenes photography, script cues, and the annotated maps of his shot list. mother The Making of the Fever Dream is a deep dive into an auteur's process about the heavily talked-about film mother and its Bosch-like riveting sequence. From Aronofsky (Black Swan, Requiem for a Dream), mother is the filmmaker's newest polarizing offering, a psychological horror film with small nods to Roman Polanski, Luis Bunuel, and David Cronenberg, but is wholly Aronofsky's original vision, a film presented in his singular and arresting style. This chronicle is a beautiful, dynamic presentation of that sequence, with corresponding screen grabs, behind-the-scenes photography, the script as it pertains to the sequence, and the "maps" of his shot list. mother The Making of the Fever Dream also includes a preface from Aronofsky about this shoot, and this book is a record of a film that will have audiences, Aronofsky fans, and film school denizens discussing the movie for years to come.