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pointe shoes: 55 points 3 hours ago I'm having a tough time believing this 42 points 2 hours ago* Like when she lied about performing all of the dance scenes and took credit away from the actual professional ballet dancer they filmed? 3 points 1 hour ago This is bullshit. Many people have gone to the defense of Portman and have repeatedly emphasized that Portman worked her ass off, while the only one really defending the dancer (Sarah Lane) is Lane herself. Aronofsky even did the math to show Portman did most of the dancing "I had my editor count shots. There are 139 dance shots in the film. 111 are Natalie Portman untouched. 28 are her dance double Sarah Lane. If you do the math, that's 80% Natalie Portman. What about duration? The shots that feature the double are wide shots and rarely play for longer than one second. There are two complicated longer dance sequences that we used face replacement. Even so, if we were judging by time, over 90% would be Natalie Portman. And to be clear, Natalie did dance on pointe in pointe shoes. If you look at the final shot of the opening prologue, which lasts 85 seconds, and was danced completely by Natalie, she exits the scene on pointe. That is completely her without any digital magic. I am responding to this to put this to rest and to defend my actor. Natalie sweated long and hard to deliver a great physical and emotional performance. And I don't want anyone to think that's not her they are watching. It is." Finally, even if what you were saying were true, it's a huge leap for you to say that Portman was trying to intentionally steal the credit from Lane -when even the Lane herself admits that the only person she really blames in terms of her lack of credit is Aronofsky, and that she deeply respects Portman "l think she is a really beautiful actress.. I loved working with her. And she was really focused on her character every day. I definitely think she deserves all the credit that she got with the Oscar." You're going out of your way to demonize her without actually checking your facts. Portman literally poured herself into this film and deserved all the credit she got for it User school someone over claim that Natalie Portman lied about performing the dance scenes in Black Swan
 pointe shoes: 55 points 3 hours ago
 I'm having a tough time believing this
 42 points 2 hours ago*
 Like when she lied about performing all of the dance scenes and took credit
 away from the actual professional ballet dancer they filmed?
 3 points 1 hour ago
 This is bullshit. Many people have gone to the defense of Portman and have
 repeatedly emphasized that Portman worked her ass off, while the only one
 really defending the dancer (Sarah Lane) is Lane herself. Aronofsky even did
 the math to show Portman did most of the dancing
 "I had my editor count shots. There are 139 dance shots in the film. 111 are
 Natalie Portman untouched. 28 are her dance double Sarah Lane. If you
 do the math, that's 80% Natalie Portman. What about duration? The shots
 that feature the double are wide shots and rarely play for longer than one
 second. There are two complicated longer dance sequences that we used
 face replacement. Even so, if we were judging by time, over 90% would
 be Natalie Portman. And to be clear, Natalie did dance on pointe in pointe
 shoes. If you look at the final shot of the opening prologue, which lasts 85
 seconds, and was danced completely by Natalie, she exits the scene on
 pointe. That is completely her without any digital magic. I am responding
 to this to put this to rest and to defend my actor. Natalie sweated long and
 hard to deliver a great physical and emotional performance. And I don't want
 anyone to think that's not her they are watching. It is."
 Finally, even if what you were saying were true, it's a huge leap for you to say
 that Portman was trying to intentionally steal the credit from Lane -when
 even the Lane herself admits that the only person she really blames in terms
 of her lack of credit is Aronofsky, and that she deeply respects Portman
 "l think she is a really beautiful actress.. I loved working with her. And she
 was really focused on her character every day. I definitely think she deserves
 all the credit that she got with the Oscar."
 You're going out of your way to demonize her without actually checking
 your facts. Portman literally poured herself into this film and deserved all the
 credit she got for it
User school someone over claim that Natalie Portman lied about performing the dance scenes in Black Swan

User school someone over claim that Natalie Portman lied about performing the dance scenes in Black Swan

pointe shoes: linger4605 155 points 3 hours ago I'm having a tough time believing this Zeakk1 42 points 2 hours ago* Like when she lied about performing all of the dance scenes and took credit away from the actual professional ballet dancer they filmed? nola-vanella 93 points 1 hour ago This is bullshit. Many people have gone to the defense of Portman and have repeatedly emphasized that Portman worked her ass off, while the only one really defending the dancer (Sarah Lane) is Lane herself. Aronofsky even did the math to show Portman did most of the dancing "I had my editor count shots. There are 139 dance shots in the film. 111 are Natalie Portman untouched. 28 are her dance double Sarah Lane. If you do the math, that's 80% Natalie Portman. What about duration? The shots that feature the double are wide shots and rarely play for longer than one second. There are two complicated longer dance sequences that we used face replacement. Even so, if we were judging by time, over 90% would be Natalie Portman. And to be clear, Natalie did dance on pointe in pointe shoes. If you look at the final shot of the opening prologue, which lasts 85 seconds, and was danced completely by Natalie, she exits the scene on pointe. That is completely her without any digital magic. I am responding to this to put this to rest and to defend my actor. Natalie sweated long and hard to deliver a great physical and emotional performance. And I don't want anyone to think that's not her they are watching. It is." Finally, even if what you were saying were true, it's a huge leap for you to say that Portman was trying to intentionally steal the credit from Lane - when even the Lane herself admits that the only person she really blames in terms of her lack of credit is Aronofsky, and that she deeply respects Portmain "I think she is a really beautiful actress.. I loved working with her. And she was really focused on her character every day. I definitely think she deserves all the credit that she got with the Oscar." You're going out of your way to demonize her without actually checking your facts. Portman literally poured herself into this film and deserved all the credit she got for it User school someone over claim that Natalie Portman lied about performing the dance scenes in Black Swan
 pointe shoes: linger4605 155 points 3 hours ago
 I'm having a tough time believing this
 Zeakk1 42 points 2 hours ago*
 Like when she lied about performing all of the dance scenes and took credit
 away from the actual professional ballet dancer they filmed?
 nola-vanella 93 points 1 hour ago
 This is bullshit. Many people have gone to the defense of Portman and have
 repeatedly emphasized that Portman worked her ass off, while the only one
 really defending the dancer (Sarah Lane) is Lane herself. Aronofsky even did
 the math to show Portman did most of the dancing
 "I had my editor count shots. There are 139 dance shots in the film. 111 are
 Natalie Portman untouched. 28 are her dance double Sarah Lane. If you
 do the math, that's 80% Natalie Portman. What about duration? The shots
 that feature the double are wide shots and rarely play for longer than one
 second. There are two complicated longer dance sequences that we used
 face replacement. Even so, if we were judging by time, over 90% would
 be Natalie Portman. And to be clear, Natalie did dance on pointe in pointe
 shoes. If you look at the final shot of the opening prologue, which lasts 85
 seconds, and was danced completely by Natalie, she exits the scene on
 pointe. That is completely her without any digital magic. I am responding
 to this to put this to rest and to defend my actor. Natalie sweated long and
 hard to deliver a great physical and emotional performance. And I don't want
 anyone to think that's not her they are watching. It is."
 Finally, even if what you were saying were true, it's a huge leap for you to say
 that Portman was trying to intentionally steal the credit from Lane - when
 even the Lane herself admits that the only person she really blames in terms
 of her lack of credit is Aronofsky, and that she deeply respects Portmain
 "I think she is a really beautiful actress.. I loved working with her. And she
 was really focused on her character every day. I definitely think she deserves
 all the credit that she got with the Oscar."
 You're going out of your way to demonize her without actually checking
 your facts. Portman literally poured herself into this film and deserved all the
 credit she got for it
User school someone over claim that Natalie Portman lied about performing the dance scenes in Black Swan

User school someone over claim that Natalie Portman lied about performing the dance scenes in Black Swan

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 pointe shoes: FASHION?
 Barefoot
 High Heels
 IGROGCONSCIOUSVIBRANCY
 High heels put the foot at an angle and pull muscles and joints out
 of alignment, so the effects aren't limited to the feet. It's not unusual
 for people who spend lots of time in high heels to have low back,
 neck and shoulder pain because the shoes disrupt the natural form
 of the body.
Structurally, the plantar fascia in the foot is connected to the calf muscle, which in turn connects to the hamstring. The hamstrings attach to the pelvis and low back, which is why wearing high heels can make your back ache along with your feet. Also, walking on the balls of your feet will shift your center of gravity forward, forcing you to arch your back when you stand and further contributing to back pain. Regular stretching of the plantar fascia and calves will loosen hamstrings and work to alleviate back pain from your high heels. Dr. Surve recommends stretching before and after long periods in heels and sneaking in some foot work during breaks in your day. Try this stretching routine during your next break: •Lay a book with a one-inch spine on the floor. •While standing, place the ball of your right foot on the book and rest your heel on the ground. •Bend forward at the waist and try to grab the toes on the book. (If you need to bend your knees a little, that’s OK). •Hold for 30 seconds. •Switch feet. Repeat two to three times. •Gradually increase the height of the book by 1-inch increments per week to a maximum of 3 inches. It’s also important to understand that the slope of the shoe is more important than heel height when it comes to comfort, Dr. Surve notes. Look for a platform sole to decrease the angle between the heel and the ball of the foot, so your weight can be more distributed across the entire foot. A thicker heel also spreads your weight more evenly and decreases the risk of spraining your ankle. Also, avoid narrow toe boxes that squeeze toes. Narrow, pointy high heels are the perfect storm for foot pain, according to Dr. Surve. Ideally, a pointed shoe will narrow after the toe box to give the illusion of length while providing ample space for your foot. Finally, high heels should fit snugly and hold the foot firmly in place. High heels that are slightly loose cause your foot to slide back and forth. That friction is the culprit behind blisters, bleeding feet and ripped toenails, according to Dr. Surve. Consciousvibrancy

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