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This movie is a classic because it deals with psyche and complexities of a person over passionate about her art/work.
Ballet is one of the most brutal forms of art. Females (specially) have to undergo starvation and a never-ending pursue of perfection instigated by their trainers. I speak as a family member of a ballet dancer, and as one, I don't support ballet. No endeavor is worth so much personal sacrifice, specially for artistic/entertainment purposes. And this movie reminds me of that.
Creepy movie especially the bath tub scene but an amazing movie!!!
Crazy but good !!
@dst25
I know your post is two years old, but that is just crazy. I had never heard that story, but it's totally true, and the really crazy thing is: he did it while the end credits were rolling. It makes you wonder about the fragility of some people's minds, and if 'trippy' movies like this are enough to push them over the edge. To think that someone sat for two hours, listening to someone crunch on popcorn, slowly absorb the psychedelic imagery and music, and snap when it ended...very symptomatic of psychosis, where the entire world could seem like it were in a tunnel, but the sound of a fly buzzing could cause a schizophrenic break.
It makes you wonder about the implications of full-on head trips, like Pink Floyd's 'The Wall', and Altered States.