Graceful Black Swan
The graceful Black Swan deserves an Oscar too because its intensity, and the psychological inside of every part that had us read between the lines to figure out what was real, and what was part of the figment of the made up identity, that had all of us biting our nails with the fear of becoming one of her.
In this movie about achieving man made Perfection, about pulling through boundaries of self, the duality of darkness and light we all have inside. Nina (Natalie Portman) lost and found herself, and in my personal opinion, I find that this happens to most of us in our daily lives, we get to a point that we need to find ourselves in a crossroad to let go off boundaries and “know who are and what are we capable of- know your potential” to really bring it in life in general, love and at work.
There will be moments of doubt, there will be moments of insecurities, people who challenge us, others who want to take what’s ours, most of them will smile while they stab your back but your talent is only yours and at the end you Rock the Swan Lake as the Graceful Black Swan.
And really after seeing most of the nominees for best movies versus Black Swan, I really wish the best for this movie because it has been a long time since a movie had me on my toes.
Remember, Perfection is in the eye of the beholder. Perfection is subjective like art. Is as beautiful as love, in a lover’s eye. Share