Re: "Rip-off" vs. "homage"


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Via Dark Horizons and :

"You know, the idea of doing a gigantic steampunk science fiction movie from 1873... Kinda cool" says Dvid Fincher about his upcoming "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" adaptation for Disney Pictures…"

Now where have I seen that one...

Or this one...

Or even this...

Oh, and I'm not an Akamatsu fan, but .

Anyway, I think I brought up Black Swan a while earlier, because Aronofsky allegedly paid Kon-san to use the bath-tub scene from PB for Requiem for a Dream. [It can't be coincidence, since he was also about to adapt Koike-san's Lone Wolf and Cub.] Anyway, what got me about 'Swan, courtesy of :

"Portman is a veteran ballerina who finds herself locked in to a competitive showdown with a rival dancer, with the stakes and twists increasing as the dancers approach a big performance. Portman’s character is not sure whether her rival is a supernatural apparition or if she is having delusions."

"…she begins noticing another girl around town and at the ballet company who looks exactly like her. But not just “exactly.” We’re talking identical. Yet every time Nina tries to get close, the girl turns away or hides her face. Finally, Nina meets this mysterious doppelganger after rehearsal. Her name is Lily. And while she definitely looks like Nina, she’s by no means an identical replica. Was it Nina’s imagination perhaps?

From : :

"director Darren Aronofsky paid $60,000 for the remake rights so he could incorporate a shot-by-shot recreation of a bathtub scene in Requiem for a Dream, and the storyline has reportedly influenced that of his upcoming feature Black Swan."

From :

"and may draw strong influences from Japanese manga "Perfect Blue" which previously inspired Aronofsky in "Requiem For A Dream" (Aronofsky also tried to adapt "Perfect Blue" as a feature-film at one point)."

Might be a little unsafe for work?

Wikipedia summary: "A New York City ballet company is producing Swan Lake, and director Thomas Leroy (Cassel) decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre (Ryder) with ballerina Nina (Portman). Nina lives with Erica (Hershey), her overbearing mother and a former ballerina. Nina finds competition in new dancer Lily (Kunis). Swan Lake requires a ballerina who can play the innocent White Swan, which fits Nina, and the sensual Black Swan, which fits Lily. The dancers' rivalry changes into a bizarre friendship, and Nina begins exploring a dark side of herself."

ZYL: Feel free to axe any redundancies in the translation.

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