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Black Swan (2010)

Release Date : 17 December 2010

Actors : , , ,

Genre : Drama , Thriller ,

Running Time : 1h 48min

Director : ,

Writer : Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz,

Countries : (USA) ,

Movie Info

She is a young lady who finds herself in a dilemma of her sanity and her passion. Nina is a ballerina in a ballet company where she meets other disturbing stories apart from her annoying mother at home who was once a professional ballerina dancer. She is truly dedicated to dancing until one day when director Thomas Leroy decides to replace her with Beth for the opening session of their company.

There is another new dancer Lily, who inspires Nina and as the two get along for better performance, Nina finds herself depending on her wrong side something which that might ruin her life forever.  It is commonly found in Australia

“Black Swan” movie is a psychological thriller movie that stars Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman, Barbara Hershey, Sebastian Stan, Vincent Cassel, and Winona Ryder. It was released on December 17, 2010, grossing more than $329 million worldwide.

Director Darren Aronofsky, and actress Natalie Portman received more credits from the public. Generally, the movie many nominations, of which it won many awards. The movie surprised many directors and writers after having nominated for the best picture despite being a horror movie.

Black Swan was the biggest opening of the 67th Venice Film Festival and the director was praised for his incredible techniques. Natalie had to train for a year before she completely became ready for her role in the film. She was quite interested in the role and was generally dedicated to it and that made her surpass her expectations as well as the director’s. Following the release of the movie, it was sent to numerous theatres for screening where it received an outstanding applause. Releasing Black Swan worldwide was a piece of cake for the fact that the opening week was remarkably successful

Developments of Black Swan began in 2000 with unsound bond with Universal Pictures. Worldwide best ballerina dancers helped shape Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis and also the presentation. Emphasis was pushed to weight loss, diet, and the dancing skills since the actresses aren’t ballerina dancers in real life. The need to alter the actresses’ voices, especially Portman and Charlie Rose was another hard part of filming

Darren Aronofsky’s character still receives an ovation for Black Swan’s triumph more with the fact that Black Swan spent more than 9 years in production.