If you’ve never seen Pi, Darren Aronofsky’s first (and best) movie, I strongly encourage you to check it out.
(Hint: it’s not just a number; it’s a concept of existence. Or something. Even a math illiterate like myself can appreciate how numbers and pure calculations describe and define multiple aspects of what we call reality. That doesn’t mean I endorse being force-fed Algebra as a teenager.)
Pi is not just for math geeks, as both Aronofsky and Kate Bush (to take two notable examples) have proven.
(If Kate Bush had been my Geometry teacher I may have paid more attention in class. I may have learned something. I may have even come by after school in hopes of some tutoring. I may have wanted otehr things as well. I still do.)