I can still see the finger skin being pulled back...Amazing film, eh? I loved it too, despite the unexpected amounts of gore! And the costumes were simply divine.
That was a horrible bit, Rachel ... and all the toe-cracking! But it looked fabulous.
So not the film to take my ballet loving ten year old to then?
Not unless you're up to explaining all that swan on swan action, Sue!
I second Rachel's comment about her finger...blech, shiver and blech again!Such a gripping film and I will be rooting for Natalie on Oscar night. There are some clips on youtube, Mary, should you want to glimpse a scene once again.
I read somewhere that she did most of the dancing herself, Darlene - which is surely worth an Oscar!
I was too frightened by the trailer to even think about seeing the movie! K x
It's not for the squeamish, Kristina.
I'm going tomorrow afternoon. There was me thinking it was an 'arty' film, now I'm discovering it's a thriller! Can't wait.
Sounds wonderful, I hope to see it before too long. There is a Morgana picture (photographed by Rebecca Litchfield) that the film poster reminds me of:http://threnodynvelvet.livejournal.com/221389.html#cutid1Her faithful Cat
Definitely a resemblance there, Dark Puss. Hope you enjoy the film.
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