lunes, 13 de septiembre de 2010

Natalie Portman had to train more than a year to record his last film

The role of an obsessive perfectionist dancer who performs in "Black Swan" ("The Black Swan") is the most physically demanding, has sued in his career
Friday September 10, 2010 - 9:39 pm 23 comments

Hollywood actress Natalie Portman is the most physically demanding to record his latest film "Black Swan" ("The Black Swan"), directed by Darren Aronofsky, and had to train a year before and during filming to play obsessively perfectionist and a dancer with a strong personality.

"It was the most physically demanding role I've had. I started training a year earlier and had to continue training throughout the filming, after working 15 or 16 hours a day, which was pretty extreme (...)", actress told "Closer" in an interview the newspaper El Mercurio

"It is not enough being good acting, you also have to have that technique that is very objective, you know what I mean: you turn in your toes and the angle of your legs is all that matters," he told the comment on the level of preparation that came to give life to "Nina", the best ballet dancer in New York.

It should be noted that dance is an art not entirely unknown to the actress who gave life to the Queen Padme Amidala in the latest Star Wars trilogy. Portman has studied ballet until age 13 when he won the role playing a girl who seeks to protect a murderer for hire in "professional" film which began her international career

Respect for their decision to venture into a role that required him to demonstrate a strong personality, she revealed that she likes extreme experiences, but said that "those who endanger my life." "I like diving, but diving without oxygen tube. And yes, I am afraid of everything. That is, I work with things that scare me because they represent a challenge for me. I know it's totally cliché, but it's like "the more you do, the more you get that fear off". "

The actress described her character as a woman trying to break free from a world that is concerned to please everyone. "Nina has to learn how to please herself. And this is how you will find art, because the scene it under the eyes of others, she is creating a vision of the world through this pleasure. Yes, definitely take a role in its development. "

He said studies in psychology who led Harvard University have helped him better understand his characters. "His obsessive nature, his narcissism, and also the signs of religious psychology of ballet ... There are many rituals: the way how they prepare their shoes, a new pair each time, and lasts about an hour. It was very scary, there is much pain there. That religious part of the ballet is very interesting. "

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