Nina: I think it's sweet. Much of the pain, I suppose, comes from the audience knowing that fit is gonna hit the shan at any moment. The storyline and script are beautifully written and is a very interesting concept that i very much enjoyed. Lilly: Oh, sure he will. No other character in the movie can see these psychotic delusions, yet the one that they do see the bloody gash from aforementioned shanking just happens to be caused by the only delusion that the filmmakers don't even show the audience Nina killing herself, apparently, when she thought she was killing Lily. It really is a great psychological thriller that has a border line between sanity and insanity. It's guarded at first, then freeing, then painfully embarrassing.
Although at first i wasn't sure if i wanted to watch this movie as it is about ballet even if it is a psychological thriller, however it truly won me over, i think Natalie Portman delivers a stunning and top of the form performance that is truly worthy of the oscar. Nina fits the White Swan role perfectly but Lily is the personification of the Black Swan. Lilly: I can't believe he calls her that. There's actually more to it than that, but hopefully I've shed some light on the issue for you. As she prepares for the part, she finds herself battling with a beautiful new rival who possesses the qualities she lacks Mila Kunis , her overbearing mother Barbara Hershey , her admiration for the prior and now past her prime featured ballerina Winona Ryder and the production's eccentric director Vincent Cassel. She's surrounded by a solid cast with Kunis demonstrating chops she had little chance to display in her prior roles.
I mean he probably calls every girl that. Upon first viewing, I thought the movie broke its own set of supernatural rules because all throughout, we're supposed to believe that what Nina sees, feels, and does are figments of her imagination - sprouting swan wings, shanking a bitch. Natalie Portman's performance is painful to watch - in a good way. The story of a ballet dancer striving for perfection but also needing to find that balance between perfection and relaxing so that the emotion of the dance comes through in the dance. I loved the final scene from where the white swan turns into its opposite and becomes the black, i thought that Natalie Portman did an excellent and exhilarirating performances that i didnt think that you could actually pick on the change between the white swan who is a kind of conscientous, timid and frigid kind of character whereas the black swan is the alto ego of letting go and becoming an intense and maybe scary character and Portman gives and portrays that performance beautifully in that one dance. When artistic director Thomas Leroy Vincent Cassel decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre Winona Ryder for the opening production of their new season, Swan Lake, Nina is his first choice. Go dig in your mother's ass to find better quality cause u ain't gonna find it anywhere in the net.
She lives with her retired ballerina mother Erica Barbara Hershey who zealously supports her daughter,s professional ambition. She certainly delivers a fantastic performance that could possibly persuade me to go and see and actual ballet production. These conflicts begin a fascinating trip into darkness. But this does not destroy the film it just blunts the impact the film could have had if it had only been a bit more tightly paced. Portman is essential to the film's success and her committed performance is a wonder to behold. As the two young dancers expand their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get more in touch with her dark side with a recklessness that threatens to destroy her. Veterans Hershey and Ryder do well with their parts, but are nothing more but stock characters with very little surprise.
The young actress is raw in her approach and brings the character alive both physically and mentally. Just gotta let him lick your pussy!. Lilly: Well, I bet he'll be calling you little princess any day now. And for all the other bitches that cry about quality read the first comment shitheads. Nina: I don't know about that. It is a very intriguing and mesmerising movie all round with great performances, fantastic cinematography and great direction. Swan Lake requires a dancer who can play both the White Swan with innocence and grace, and the Black Swan, who represents guile and sensuality.
She's painfully withdrawn, painfully giddy, painfully lithe, and painfully sensual. A very good movie and does have its moments of pure horror as well! Very well down and really worth the watch even if you aren't a ballet fan. But Nina has competition: a new dancer, Lily Kunis , who impresses Leroy as well. Technicly is not but are you really that stupid to understand why it is labeled as 1080p? The masturbation scene is sexy, but it's not meant to be just that. If the movie was actually 16:9, then it would be 1920x1080. . .
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