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Ms. Goldwyn seems to have no idea about how to conduct an interview and makes this entire film about herself. There are modern burlesque dancers that should have been interviewed for their interpretation of what burlesque was and is rather than Goldwyn's feeble attempts to watch herself dance in a mirror and on film. Not only does she have no sense of sensuality or rhythm, she is oblivious to the fact that no one wants to watch her. The camera operator should have had the sense to focus on the dancers who had real stories to tell, not the gratuitous and narcissistic self-discovery of Ms. Goldwyn. Don't waste your time watching this.
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