23 Jun 2012 5 Comments
in Fae Awareness Movies
The latest riff on the Swan Lake theme, last year’s much-talked-of Black Swan.
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Jun 23, 2012 @ 15:12:03
This movie creeped me out, I have to admit. And not in a good way. The performances were all top notch but I don’t even like to think about it.
Jun 23, 2012 @ 22:38:34
I was underwhelmed. I really wanted to like it–like you said, great performances and all. Plus, I was a ballet dancer for like ten years. But no. Didn’t do it for me. *sigh*
Jun 23, 2012 @ 18:12:21
A very dark and well executed movie that I’ve heard much about but Iave not seen. Too disturbing.
Jun 23, 2012 @ 22:39:02
It really is. I didn’t care much for it, but it was worth seeing since I’m into disturbing. When you’re not–yeah. Who needs it!😀
Jun 24, 2012 @ 17:55:32
I didn’t know you were a ballet dancer, Katey! Grace of movement AND grace in your prose, that’s a double gift, there.
I wanted to like this movie too. Disturbing is the perfect word for it. I’m inclined to like disturbing stories but this film, while thoroughly absorbing, made me throw up a little bit in my mouth after it was all said and done.
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