the black swan opens today

from brooklyn-born director darren aronofsky, the man behind such darkly brilliant, bizarre and gut-wrenching films like Pi, requiem for a dream, the fountain (i loved, most didn’t) & the wrestler (critics loved, i thought a hot mess).  sure to be full of psychological warfare, haunting imagery, solid acting, striking costumes by rodarte, and a great soundtrack–is it clint mansell, again?–i can’t imagine what else to do but go sit somewhere tonight and watch, as far from the holiday-intoning madding crowd as i can get.  read the nytimes review

 

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