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Writers:
Amanda Coe (screenplay)
Meredith Daneman (book)
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Release Date:
30 November 2009 (UK) See more »
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Plot:
At the age of forty Dame Margot Fonteyn is considered to be past her best as a prima ballerina and Ninette... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
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Dance is about feeling, but not in this biography See more (3 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Anne-Marie Duff ... Margot Fonteyn

Penelope Wilton ... B.Q

Con O'Neill ... Tito

Lindsay Duncan ... Madam

Derek Jacobi ... Fred Ashton
Matthew Hart ... Michael Somes

Michelle Bonnard ... Sally
Margot Leicester ... Cathy

Michiel Huisman ... Rudolph Nureyev
Anton Lukovkin ... Eric
Tatiana Lavrentieva ... Elderly Russian Lady
Ben Stott ... Good-Looking Boy

Robert Perkins ... Mr. McDonald
Dimitri Gruzdyev ... Dancer
Ksenia Ovsyanick ... Dancer
Lisa Probert ... Dancer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Christian Wolf-La'Moy ... Market trader in bar

Frazer Douglas ... Stage Manager (uncredited)
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Directed by
Otto Bathurst 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Amanda Coe  screenplay
Meredith Daneman  book

Produced by
Michele Buck .... executive producer
Celia Duval .... producer
Damien Timmer .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Florian Hoffmeister 
 
Film Editing by
Jinx Godfrey 
 
Art Direction by
Kate Evenden 
 
Set Decoration by
Jo Kornstein 
 
Costume Design by
Amy Roberts 
 
Makeup Department
Stuart Conran .... prosthetic makeup artist
Jacqueline Fowler .... makeup department head
Anayanzi L'Eplattenier .... hair and make up trainee
Helen Speyer .... makeup supervisor
 
Production Management
Maree Gecks .... production manager
Rhian Griffiths .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Natalie Allin .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Neil Alexander .... dressing props
Liz Jones .... stand-by art director
Rebecca Slade .... art department assistant/work experience (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Andie Derrick .... foley artist
Catherine Hodgson .... sound effects editor
Martin Jensen .... sound re-recording mixer
Forbes Noonan .... foley recordist
Billy Quinn .... sound mixer
Alexandros Sidiropoulos .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Catherine Thomas .... foley editor
Virginia Thorn .... dialogue editor
Will Whale .... boom operator
Johnny White .... sound assistant trainee
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Owen Charnley .... assistant grip
Rupert Hornstein .... assistant camera
Roger Tooley .... steadicam operator
Gary Varney .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Peter Halston .... costume supervisor
Emma Heath .... costume assistant
Christy Juhnke .... costume trainee (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Gary Hewson .... on-line editor
Mark Keady .... first assistant editor
Mandy Miller .... post-production paperwork
 
Other crew
San Davey .... script supervisor
Amanda Dudley .... floor runner
Antonia Grant .... location manager
Scott Hiskey .... assistant production accountant
Carlton Jarvis .... medical advisor
Spencer Normington .... location manager
Richard Rogan .... production trainee
Tom Winchester .... script editor
 

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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Made as one of a three-part season "Women We Loved" on BBC Four. The other two films in the series were Gracie! (2009) (TV) and Enid (2009) (TV).See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: Margot Fonteyn flies to Sydney Australia in 1959 and a shot of the Opera House is shown. However, the building on that landmark would have only just begun and the construction on the outer shells hadn't begun until 1963 and completed until 1967.See more »
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6 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Dance is about feeling, but not in this biography, 30 November 2009
Author: boy_plunder from London

This TV movie is the third in a short series of biographies on famous, but troubled woman in British history. Unlike the first two, which featured Enid Blyton and Gracie Fields, this one seems to lack emotion. The style of the production is darker, more gritty. Depicting the sixties, a much more up to date era to the others, makes this harder to follow somehow. It is a little obvious that much of the ballet seems to be performed by body doubles, but maybe that's because I am used to seeing real dancers. The uninitiated my not have such a problem.

Overall, I found the film cold, and there was little to carry me along, even though I was very much looking forward to watching it. The acting was superb, but I felt that the production was too heavy to draw my attention.

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