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Black Swan: A Disturbing Revelation Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 04 February 2011 09:30

So I went to see Black Swan last night for a second time. Aside from my unsuspecting male friends loving it and the cries of "Oh my God!" and "Ha ha! Pussy!" from the audience, I was struck by a disturbing revelation halfway through...

Is it just me?

It makes the entire Black Swan experience a lot more terrifying. But I might just be imagining it (it's not a great photo of Vincent Cassel).