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Saint Vitus Dance (2011)

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Margo Kaminski is on her way to a dance audition for her dream role in the new Broadway show, MANGO TANGO. Stuck in a traffic jam, she gets out of her boyfriend's car and runs through ... See full summary »

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Paul Cardile ... Director
Frey Faust ... St Vitus- Harlequin
... Margo Kaminski
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Cynda Jones ... Producer
Charles Lamus ... Producer
Rodney Lopez ... Salsa Dancer
Mariana Parma ... Salsa Dancer
Norbert Schramm ... Ludwig
Steven Singer ... Joseph (voice)
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Margo Kaminski is on her way to a dance audition for her dream role in the new Broadway show, MANGO TANGO. Stuck in a traffic jam, she gets out of her boyfriend's car and runs through Manhattan, determined to make her appointment. Written by Marianne Hettinger

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If you never go, you will never know.

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Short | Drama | Music

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Beauty and Humanity
2 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

I got to see the short film "Saint VItus Dance' at a screening in Manhattan recently and was touched by it's beauty and humanity. Good editing and nicely directed. This is a lyrical piece with humor and enchanting dance sequences. I loved Frey Faust as "Saint Vitus", an amazing dancer with a face that reminds me of Jean Louis Barrault, the great mime and artist. It's a simple story. A dancer tries to get to a dance audition in Manhattan, the 'job of her dreams' in some Broadway show, and as the clock is ticking, she doesn't make it. But what happens then shows, how our own imagination or capacity for dreaming can make the worst disappointing moment peaceful and beautiful. Shakespeare said something about it "To sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub." We're all dreamers, and "Saint Vitus Dance" is a beautiful dream in the end. I wish there were more venues where one could see films like that. I'm looking forward to Ms. Hettinger's next film.


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