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Dancing in September (2000)

R | | Drama | 24 February 2000 (USA)
A black female TV producer struggles in Hollywood.
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »
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Robber
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Mr. Warner
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Writer One
Barrington Bignall ...
Clyde
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Young Tommy
Meghan Brown ...
P.A.
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Carlton Tate
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Himself
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Harbor
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Black Cop
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Lydia Gleason
Lisa Marie Russell ...
Mel's Writer Three (as Lisa Duvernay)
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Anita Dix
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Alvin Nelson
Francheska Galloway-Davis ...
Teenager #1
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A black female TV producer struggles in Hollywood.

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The revolution WILL be televised. See more »

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Rated R for some language and violence | See all certifications »
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24 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Auf der Woge des Erfolgs  »

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$850,000 (estimated)
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The set used for the produced show was directly taken from the popular series Moesha (1996). See more »

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A fresh look at some old issues.
12 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

"Dancing..."takes on an old issue. Is network television a machine with no conscience which prostitutes artistic talent while pandering to the audience under the pretense of offering quality entertainment for the sole purpose of seducing them into buying products while appeasing advertisers? Well, of course it is. The matter, as dealt with by "Dancing...", focuses on an African-American sitcom and staff, mixes some light romance and a spritz of comedy with it's core drama to a generally entertaining result in spite of some peculiar camera effects, some black and white explanations which come out of no where, and a stuttering flow between the story and some miscellaneous subplots. Enjoyable but nothing new.


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