The Red and the Black: Swan – Narcissus – Shoes

Yet Black Swan doesn’t just inspire thoughts of Aronofsky’s previous pictures, it also calls to mind Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s The Red Shoes (1948). That film, like this one, is about the obsessiveness of ballet dancing and the influence of love on performance, albeit from a different angle: In Black Swan, Thomas wants NinaContinuar lendo “The Red and the Black: Swan – Narcissus – Shoes”

Boris Lermontov: Oh, in the end, she dies.

“Maybe only The Red Shoes had a realistic point of view of this unique world,” Aronofsky says of the 1948 classic. “It captured the human drama and the sacrifice.” – First look: Ballet thriller ‘Black Swan’ from Darren Aronofsky USA Today ran a story about the forthcoming ballet thriller, “Black Swan,” starring Natalie Portman, twoContinuar lendo “Boris Lermontov: Oh, in the end, she dies.”

Hollywood Portfolio 2009 da Vanity Fair por Annie Leibovitz

O Clint é tão foda, mas tão foda que ele se basta sozinho.

Os Filmes Bacanas de Cada Ano que o Cinema Viveu: 1998

1- O Grande Lebowski (The Big Lebowski)The Dude é ídolo. 2- Medo e Delírio (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas)Mais gente biruta perdida no tempo e no espaço. Thompson, Gilliam, Depp e Del Toro – basta. 3- Irresistível Paixão (Out of Sight) Filme policial sexy e classudo que deixa claro o porquê Soderbergh é umContinuar lendo “Os Filmes Bacanas de Cada Ano que o Cinema Viveu: 1998”