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At least Portman is playing someone who is recognizably human, unlike her dancer in Black Swan.

January 28, 2011 Full Review Source: Christian Science Monitor | Comments (2)
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Astrud

Britt Camp

Disagree. Portman's dancer in the Black Swan is the most recognizably human character that I have seen in a long time. Everyone can identify with those same feelings of fear and has- at some point been driven to diluted thought because of that. Black Swan happens to be a very theatrical film, in many respects- but make no mistake, even in the real world, a little bit of Nina can be found in everyone.

Jan 31 - 07:18 AM

Astrud

Britt Camp

Disagree. Portman's dancer in the Black Swan is the most recognizably human character that I have seen in a long time. Everyone can identify with those same feelings of fear and has- at some point been driven to diluted thought because of that. Black Swan happens to be a very theatrical film, in many respects- but make no mistake, even in the real world, a little bit of Nina can be found in everyone.

Jan 31 - 07:19 AM

Astrud

Britt Camp

Disagree. Portman's dancer in the Black Swan is the most recognizably human character that I have seen in a long time. Everyone can identify with those same feelings of fear and has- at some point been driven to diluted thought because of that. Black Swan happens to be a very theatrical film, in many respects- but make no mistake, even in the real world, a little bit of Nina can be found in everyone.

Jan 31 - 07:21 AM

Charity Stelmacker

Charity Stelmacker

YES.

Jan 24 - 07:15 PM

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