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15 October 2010  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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A rather special and gorgeous treat for you today: four pieces of   limited edition Black Swan international teaser artwork for you to feast your eyes upon. Yes, they're as beautiful as Natalie Portman and as downright sexy as Mila Kunis - while being as strange and disturbing as Vincent Cassel and as original as director Darren Aronofsky. You're welcome, world.

The film's story sees Natalie Portman play a ballet dancer given the chance of a lifetime when the prima ballerina of her company (Winona Ryder) is up for replacement with the start of a new season. But under pressure to perform from the company's director (Cassel), and unsettled by the arrival of a mysterious new rival (Kunis), Portman's Nina soon starts experiencing strange things. Are people conspiring against her, or is something even weirder going on?

Black Swan is screening at the London Film Festival this month, but otherwise UK audiences will have to wait until February 2011 to see the compelling finished product. Still, posters this pretty should keep you going until then.


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purchase?
Thanks for the post... any idea on how to purchase these? More

Posted by nick_at_night at 04:34 on 02 December 2010 | Report This Post

RE: Nice.
Absolutely love these - great art deco feel and want one for my wall! Makes such a difference when you see posters that look as though someone has thought for more than 5 minutes about instead of some lazy photoshopped mess. More

Posted by Cat5 at 23:19 on 15 October 2010 | Report This Post

RE: Nice.
This is very brave and not what I imagined. In a backward way. This has made me want to watch this film more. More

Posted by ashkam at 19:30 on 15 October 2010 | Report This Post

RE: WOW!
These are just beyond beautiful! Still, not quite in the league of the likes of Bangkok Dangerous… but lovely all the same. More

Posted by pete_traynor at 17:06 on 15 October 2010 | Report This Post

RE: WOW!
So cool, can't wait to see the film next week! More

Posted by adambatman82 at 16:29 on 15 October 2010 | Report This Post

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Stunning posters. And very brave to use a different typeface for each poster More

Posted by jmebaby25 at 14:38 on 15 October 2010 | Report This Post

RE: Swan Wars
L: GTC Is it wrong that I thought the third poster looked like the symbol of the Rebel Alliance? 's exactly what I saw as well! More

Posted by Masked Dave at 10:16 on 15 October 2010 | Report This Post


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