How  The Film  ‘Black Swan’ Portrayed The Schizophrenic Mind

Through  Natalie Portman’s Character Nina

A Cinematic Portrayal Of Artists, Their Sanity, And Their Artistry

Darren Aronofsky’s 2010 psychological thriller ‘Black Swan’ follows a ballerina protagonist, Nina Sayers (essayed by Natalie Portman), who suffers the psychological hazards of her occupation: ballet.

Portman’s character suffers from parental abuse, schizophrenia, depression, stress, psychosis, and isolation.

The immense pressure of playing the titular “Swan” in Tchaikovsky's “Swan Lake” devastates her mental health.

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Distraught and lost, as the film progresses, she descends into madness.

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At the end of the film, she stabs herself to death.

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