Black Swan (2010) - Psyhological Thrillers

Black Swan

[Total votes: 4   Average: 9.0/10]


Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman) is a ballerina of New York City Ballet with great technical ability. Soon is opening of the season with the famous ‘Swan Lake’ and acclaimed theater director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) has an obligation to find a worthy replacement for the former ballerina Beth Macintyre (Winona Ryder). Nina is the first choice, however, Swan Lake requires a dancer who can play two roles, noble, gentle and innocent White Swan and the Black Swan, who is sensual, seductive and cunning. Although her ​​role of White Swan perfectly fits, Nina is not sure that she has enough potential to play his dark side. New ballerina Lily (Mila Kunis) seems to have everything that is need for the role of the Black Swan. Pressed by a huge desire to prove that is professional but and with fear not to fail high expectations of her mother Erica (Barbara Hershey), Nina becomes unstable and increasingly difficult distinguishes fantasy from reality. Although her ​​friendship with Lily helps to reveal her dark side, her dreams, fears and nightmares are interwoven and pushing her into the abyss of unfulfilled ambition…

Black Swan is a complex, enchanting and very impressive film. Aronofsky in the best possible manner and with the phenomenal pace illustrates the whole story and in same time showing us the finest detail. The cast is brilliant in this film. Natalie Portman is just perfectly played a role where she demonstrated a large and diverse range of acting. In addition to her should be pointed out the role played by Mila Kunis, who has significantly contributed to the overall atmosphere of the film.

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