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Getting to the Nutcracker (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Family | 5 April 2014 (USA)
Every Christmas season, The Nutcracker Ballet is performed in cities all over the world. What does it really take to produce this ballet each year? Our documentary film, Getting to The ... See full summary »

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Every Christmas season, The Nutcracker Ballet is performed in cities all over the world. What does it really take to produce this ballet each year? Our documentary film, Getting to The Nutcracker, takes you inside the Herculean effort involved in gathering the resources, assembling the volunteers, casting the dancers, rehearsing and staging the performances of this classic ballet. Los Angeles-based Marat Daukayev School of Ballet, led by the former Kirov star, takes you behind the curtain from auditions, the rigorous hours of rehearsals, the joy of landing a principal role to the pain of losing one. The dancers (boys and girls ages 3-18) are profiled; passionate people who, with their families, make incredible sacrifices of time and money just so that they may dance. Written by Anonymous

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"Full cast"???
26 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

This entire presentation focuses on the children. These children work so hard and are so passionate, why are their names not given serious attention or credit in this review? The very heart of this presentation relies on interviewing these children. Should not their credit be considered as seriously as the adults? Over two years have gone by and it is nearly impossible to follow their progress, their growth. They deserve better than this. If IMB is to be taken seriously, why is this being overlooked this long? THESE brilliant children are our artistic future, their hard work and passion should be honored. THEY are this documentary !!!


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