Babysitters are a bit thin on the ground around these parts which makes it
really difficult impossible to ever get to see a movie that's isn't aimed at kids.
On the whole I'm OK with that (as after having all my internet enabled devices prized from my pockets I generally sleep through most things anyway), but them came BLACK SWAN.
I so wanted to see this movie in all of it's big screen glory, only to have my two arranged dates aborted due to puking sitters.
On the day that we finally said 'enough is enough, lets bunk off and go see it whilst the kids are at school', the run had ended:(
So I had no choice but to soak up the many conflicting reviews from my friends and sit pretty till the DVD release. I thought that I was going to be in for a long wait, but no... BLACK SWAN comes to DVD and Blu-ray on the 29th March.
Having grilled every single one of my friends about the movie I'm even more intrigued. It's been described as dark, dirty, depressing, uplifting, amazing, shocking, twisted, beautiful and inspirational. How can it be all of those things?
I guess that's what makes a truly great movie.
If you're as eager as I am to immerse yourself in this film sensation you really need to check out the Black Swan Experience.
Sit back and view short clips from the movie and react to the emotional prompts to discover if you are a white or a BLACK SWAN.
No prizes for guessing what I am..
BLACK SWAN is available on DVD and Blu-ray from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment on March 29th 2011.
Have you seen it? What did you think? I would love to know.
Haven't got a clue what I'm going on about? Then watch the official BLACK SWAN movie trailer.