Black Swan Review

December 3, 2010 by Post Team 

Black Swan Review, MTV reported that Darren Aronofsky fantastic psychological ballet “Black Swan” is so full of metaphors, vivid images and memorable performances by Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis, you might think of moviegoers and critics who go out with endless topics to discuss. Yet that was not the case because much of the advertising blitz has put his finger on sex scenes of the film and the actresses turning awkwardly rehashing details.

However, an administrator “sxy” aspect Aronofsky was more than willing to meet his potential nomination and win for Best Kiss Award next year’s MTV Movie. “Do you think we will win the MTV Best Kiss?” he asked MTV News when we caught up with him recently to discuss the film. “Are you going to do?” we fight.

“Absolutely,” he said. “Just to see Mila and Natalie kiss again.

“But the thing that bothers me most about MTV,” he continued, “is that we do not even nominated for Best Fight of the Year for ‘The Wrestler.’… The Necro Butcher against Randy ‘The Ram’? I mean, how could we not appoint? “He complained, affable.” We had a stapler and a fork. I mean, is there something about the violence Rated-R? Do they stay away? ”

Honestly, we could not answer that question – we know only that “Twilight” cleaned in most categories – but we promised we would Aronofsky our best to ensure that “Black Swan” got some attention for Best Kiss.

Back to his well-buzz about the movie, which opens Friday (December 3), we asked whether the increased sexuality Aronofsky in the film is drawn from the research he did on the world of ballet.

“Well, there is a lot of sexuality,” said Aronofsky. “This is something very sxy: It is bodies moving through space in skimpy clothes There’s an ertc,” he said. “People in the ballet world may be in the arms, but it is almost – if you think that people in the 1800s were allowed to see as far as sexuality, and then they should go see a form a tutu and men in tights with fly – it was a form of prnography, I think, for the rich back in the day.

“But also, the film is a girl trapped in a woman’s body,” said Aronofsky. “A woman-child who seeks to break out, and, of course, what a girl to a woman’s sexuality, so it was on Sexuality Natalie burst.”

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