Black Swan

Black Swan
Black Swan

Year

2010

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Drama, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

An innocent ballerina's centre-stage, but there's nothing sweet-as-pie about this much-awaited psychological horror from director Darren Aronofsky. It fits with his reputation for the very weird and visually extravagant which he gained from making other mind-bending films such as The Fountain. Uptight, perfectionist dancer Nina becomes increasingly stressed-out trying to hang on to the lead role in her company's Swan Lake production. With a single dancer slated to play both the white and black swans, Nina’s subject to jealous rivalry from hellraiser fellow ballerina Lily, and desperately seeks a darker, less restrained side of herself.

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This film contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.

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