Center Stage details
|Starring:||Shakiem Evans, Zoe Saldana, Ethan Stiefel, Amanda Schull, Ilia Kulik, Donna Murphy, Debra Monk, Eion Bailey, D, Susan May Pratt, Sascha Radetsky, Peter Gallagher|
|Genre:||Drama - General|
|Run time:||1 hour 51 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Aug 2001|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Turkish|
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Art is my life...By BrumArchangel from West Midlands , 23 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]If only life in the arts (ballet in this case) were so easy and so appealing as this film makes it out to be....
That being said, this film is definitely an enjoyable, no-nonsense musical romp through the world of the aspiring ballet dancer. Tears, tantrums, friendships, forbidden love; It's all here in abundance with an ending that I would defy anyone not to want to get up and dance around their living room to. Great fun if you're not looking for your mind to be stretched too much!
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Worth WatchingBy NickGamer (38 reviews) from Aylesbury , 22 Nov 2010I very much enjoyed watching this movie. It is not just a movie about ballet or dance. It was entertaining and interesting.
Great - if you like balletBy a customer from London , 21 Nov 2009If you have little or no interest in classical ballet, this tale of aspiring young dancers will be of little interest. If you are interested in scenes of dancers rehearsing and performing, you will enjoy this film. The story is mundane but there are good performances from the young cast and the ballet scenes are (for once) shot by someone who understands ballet.
ok film, not best dance film i have seenBy a customer from suffolk,england , 16 Oct 2009ok film not the best film i have seen of dance films part from that ok.
Challenges preconceptionsBy a customer from Guildford , 11 Jul 2009An interesting and inspiring film that challenges perceptions and views within the dance world. Both in connection with styles of dance and the lives of dancers. It makes us aware of body issues, weight and eating. But also draws our attention to how different styles of dance can help provide different expressions.
Across the back drop of the film it is interesting to see how a relationship between two characters is played out perhaps with the result that you least expect.
A recommendation for anyone with a love a dance and a feel good movie.
ExcellentBy a customer from London , 07 Jul 2009I really enjoyed this film, something different.