A comparison of the red shoes by michael powell and the black swan by darren aronofsky

Black Swan

The body fascination, the metamorphosis including the webbing of toesis nevertheless an echo of Cronenberg's "Body" period. She guides us along the "did we see that or didn't we" moments, along every implied contact, every askew glance, without ever allowing the audience to objectively judge Nina.

When "The Red Shoes" ballet is premiered -- seen in a stunning and glorious fifteen-minute sequence -- it is a raging success and it makes Victoria a star. And is that rash real or not; is she growing wings perhaps? A comparison between these two moving and dancing bodies on screen will reveal an affective difference in which the spectator is moved and engaged in new ways.

The Red Shoes

I was particularly taken by the apartment to which Thomas Leroy takes Nina. The Way Back should and probably will get the makeup award. Black Swan is a film that feels tailor-made for me, and by me, I mean anyone who enjoys devouring cinema as if it were chocolate-flavoured oxygen.

For more on Rain, please see our previous discussion here: However, from where I was sitting she did very little except appear to be constantly on the verge of tears with the exception of the scenes where she cried.

Instead, I offer that warning to any readers who immediately balk at vociferous hyperbole, effusive zeal, or full-throated defences of melodramas with a healthy-heaping of body-horror. Lily also looks after Chico as they travel to New York, and later when employing her as a maid she treats her kindly.

They are, nevertheless, very different, as I will explain. The body in the bathroom is gone and so is the blood. It also seems especially apt given the gulf between what is preached about Hollywood today, and the behaviour which actually occurs.

After she and Nina get off to a rocky start, Lily visits Nina at home, shocking both her and Erica with her brashness. Nina Sayers Natalie Portman is a precious, twenty-something ballerina still living at home with her overbearing mother Barbara Hershey.

The visceral nature of Black Swan reminded me of another film I hesitated to include above: The story was provided, under a pseudonym, by Daryl F. Suffice it to say that if emotionally wrenching, relentlessly bleak, psychologically and viscerally disturbing films are up your alley, you should be buying your ticket to the film right now.

Nina starts to see doubles and this, for Freud, is an archetypical figure of the uncanny. And then we move into the backstage story that shows audiences the magic of art and the sacrifices it involves.

Tarantino does it all the time, and here, Aronofsky does it too. Most of the attention has been, deservedly, on Natalie Portman. It was interesting to consider the source of the film — whether it was an adaptation of an existing text or an original screenplay.All images are from Black Swan, except figures 3, 4 and 5, which are from The Red Shoes.

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Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, View all notes Films such as Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Red Shoes (), the ballet is represented as uptight and snobbish in comparison to the hip-hop and club dancing favored by the African-American characters.

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Beautiful dark twisted fantasy – Black Swan Review

BLACK SWAN follows the story of Nina (Portman), a ballerina in a New York City ballet company whose life, like all those in her profession, is completely consumed with dance. The mother of them all is Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s “The Red Shoes,” one of the most beautiful movies ever made—its star, the budding ballerina Vicky Page, is played by.

When "The Red Shoes" ballet is premiered -- seen in a stunning and glorious fifteen-minute sequence -- it is a raging success and it makes Victoria a star.

The Black Swan

But when Boris learns that Julian and Victoria have fallen in love, Boris, who is secretly in love with Victoria, in a fit of rage forces Julian to leave the ballet company; Victoria leaves 10/

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