Nina es una tímida pero dedicada bailarina en su compañía, dominada por su omnipresente madre que la mantiene en un estado de infancia permanente, bailando día y noche bajo su atención sofocante. La llegada de una nueva bailarina le hará enfrentar la pérdida de la inocencia a través de los excesos.
Esta película no está presentándose ahora en MUBI, pero otras 30 increíbles películas sí lo están. Mira que está en cartelera
this is good as a discovery channel commercial: effective and previsible, with studied spontaneity and common sense logic, undaring and unsurprising, with well-worked visuals suit to illustrate the last discoveries of science. with all its merits, the concoction is more of a functional design product and less of a truly artistic experience. it must`ve been expensive.
This is the performance of Natalie Portman's career and she received a well deserved Oscar for a performance that is on the same level as DeNiro's performance in Raging Bull. I'm not a big Aronofsky fan but I love this film. It could just be because of Natalie Portman's excellent performance and the really good lesbian scene between her and Mila Kunis.
A l'exception du virage fantastique d'un intérêt discutable, le film met le spectateur en tension. Tension sexuelle aussi avec des scènes où les 2 jeunes femmes se testent, se jaugent avant que de se sauter dessus. Aronofsky reste intelligemment dans le lesbien suggéré, bien loin des agaçantes scènes pornographiques gay trop complaisamment présentées récemment.
I watched it again a few days ago and it's gotten even better!
This is just an outstanding psychological thriller that keeps tricking you again and again so that you can totally relate to the craziness that is taking over Nina as the movie progresses. Every supporting character is interesting in some way, the special effects are used where and when they should be used, amazing cinematography and soundtrack. Perfect.
It took me a few years to watch this for a second time, mostly because I was afraid I didn't have the same psychological experience from the first one. Fortunately it was as good, if not better! Portman is incredible as the tormented Nina and the cinematography is amazing, specially the masterfully directed dance scenes - it definitely made me appreciate ballet a little bit more.
If you thought that The Red Shoes wasn't dark enough and wish Repulsion had more ballet, Darren Aronofsky has you covered. So it's a movie about the pain of perfectionism in art, but there's another, more interesting movie in here about the pain of perfectionism in womanhood. That having been said, I wish the film were more even, or that it didn't go to such pains to sacrifice subtlety for horror. 4 out of 5 stars.
the more I think about Black Swan, the more I dislike it. it is so much like a campy version of The Red Shoes with touches of Repulsion but not as masterful as either source
yes, it is at times aesthetically pleasing in regards to light and costume and such but I am surprised that a better film could not be made going off the themes of obsession, dementia, power lust, and schizophrenic habits.
Every elements of this movie is incredibly structured. It has the essence of daring, engrossing and artistic.The most effective part is the true theme of the movie that shows that there's an innocent and guilty side to human. This is NOT for everyone, this isn't box office candy but for those who connects with what the director is doing, this is one special experience. This movie left me shaking when it was over!!