If I didn't have immediate money problems this week, I would have already seen it. Darren Aronofsky is such a great director from his mindbreaking debut Pi
to his epic millenium spanning film, The Fountain
I don't mind dialogueless scenes if they're there for a reason. A well done dialogueless scene can imply some kind of emotional desert that's afflicting a character. Some nature scenes can be quite zen like and help bring the viewer to a certain mindset but at some point it could also end up pissing the viewer off and make her or him impatient if the long silent take is too long.
In a thriller, if there is a certain score in the background, a dialogueless scene can ramp up the intensity of a scene until its intolerable.