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


なし Re: "Rip-off" vs. "homage"

msg# 1.14
前の投稿 - 次の投稿 | 親投稿 - 子投稿なし | 投稿日時 2010/9/21 17:11
DJZ    投稿数: 329
From :

‘Black Swan’ is the latest entry in the “Women Going Crazy” genre that stretches back to films like ‘Persona’ and ‘Repulsion‘, as well as Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s famous 19th Century feminist short story ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’. Perhaps its strongest modern antecedent is Satoshi Kon’s anime film ‘Perfect Blue’, which director Aronofsky explicitly referenced in his earlier movie ‘Requiem for a Dream’. Just like ‘Perfect Blue’, ‘Black Swan’ is about an artistic performer (in that case, a pop star) who starts to lose her sense of reality when her insecurities and paranoia overtake all of her other rational thoughts. Soon, she can’t tell what’s real from what’s in her head – and, due to the way the story is told, neither can we in the audience.
投票数:3 平均点:0.00