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


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Being able to lose yourself in Nina’s unstable mind would theoretically be the real prize here. Unfortunately, we can’t. I really wish someone had taken the time to show Aronofsky Satoshi Kon’s 1997 psychological thriller Perfect Blue, a superior film to which I couldn’t help but compare Black Swan. If you’ve seen it, you know why. Of course, Kon’s film is animated, and the medium lends itself more naturally to manipulating an audience’s perception of reality, since every single line and color can be defined by the filmmaker. However, Perfect Blue proves far superior to Black Swan in creating a real sense of fear, and danger, though the source is never clearly identifiable until the end...

...People of the world, my recommendation is to skip Black Swan. It is a boring film focused upon a completely uninteresting character. If you want to see the genre done right, I suggest Satoshi Kon’s Perfect Blue, instead. And yes, I know it’s a cartoon, but trust me.

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