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Black Swan


Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Vincent Cassel, Barbara Hershey View All


Darren Aronofsky (Director), Mark Heyman (Screenplay), Andres Heinz (Screenplay), John J. McLaughlin (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 2nd, 2010
Runtime: 1 hour, 48 minutes
A ballet dancer wins the lead in "Swan Lake" and is perfect for the role of the delicate White Swan - Princess Odette - but slowly loses her mind as she becomes more and more like Odile, the Black Swan.
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Check out the trailer for this. Looks .......strange, I'm interested. Its currently doing the rounds at the venice film festival, I'l definitely check this on out based on the trailer alone. ...
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First of all, thank you Yoda Family! ^_^ Originally Posted by Fiscal *The image above is from my favorite scene of the whole film. Oh absolutely. T...
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Okay so sorry if there is already a thread about this i went through some and couldnt find it,dont really want to look through 100 pages, (it has to be somewhere, would be pretty surprised if not), so...

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Under the domineering power of her mother (Hershey), and with competiton from new dancer Lily (Kunis), Nina attempts to channel the darker character elements of the black swan, but with detrimental impact to her mental wellbeing.
Aronofsky is a visceral director, most of his films are polarizing, Black Swan is no exception.
Black Swan definitely demonstrates enough competence to make it a somewhat solid piece of work, but since a lot of what made it so well-liked (especially by me) was its constantly surprising nature, this is unfortunately not one of those films where being aware of what the film had in store made it any better.
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