The prima ballerina of the Royal Ballet in London thinks on the exaggerations of the Oscar-winning film by Darren Aronofsky. It is an insult to pretend that someone can become first dancer in 12 months. By the same author: Boxing champion. It is impossible to achieve, says red on the protagonist. I was even impossible to see it whole, adds. Swan black, Darren Aronofsky, is back in the focus of the criticism. The first time was when the double of Natalie Portman in the film claimed that the actress had only made 5% of the sequences of dance of the film, which provided the Israeli his first Oscar. Now, the prima ballerina of the Royal Ballet of London, Tamara Rojo confesses in an interview with the British newspaper The Guardian that Black Swan not only seems a bad film, but it also contains all possible cliches, and in addition the negative cliches. Aronofsky film tells the story of Nina, an ambitious dancer who becomes the prima ballerina of the Ballet of New York and will make his debut on the stage with a new Assembly of the Swan Lake.
It is a psychological thriller where ambition, paranoia and perfectionism of the protagonist are mixed. For red, the dialogue of the film seems ridiculous, and stories that they develop little credible. I was even impossible to see it whole, was shameful, points out. I know that for some mothers who think of getting their children to ballet, it may be little encouraging, adds the Asturian dancer. Although we had over 200 people at the Opera House (famous theatre shows of London) watching us act motivated by the movie, long term we pay a price why. Exaggerations of the film when it comes to counting the exaggerations about the life of a dancer who portrays Swan black, red indicates that it is not so, if someone makes you work that way, it is better to resign because that is not the path to success. In his opinion, it would have been better that a dancer truly had done the casting of the film.
It is an insult to pretend that someone can become first dancer in 12 months. It is impossible to achieve, he says. About eating disorders afflicting the protagonist played by Portman, red says that people who have eating disorders can have some, but it would be interesting to know if it is the same percentage as the rest of the population, because I believe that it is. Royal Ballet of London source of the news: Tamara Rojo on Black Swan: “Is a film bad with all the possible negative cliches”