Loïe Fuller was the toast of the Folies Bergères at the turn of the 20th century and an inspiration for Toulouse-Lautrec and the Lumière Brothers. The film revolves around her complicated relationship with protégé and rival Isadora Duncan.
Poet and director Jem Goulding captures the inner truths of the restless Prince of dance, in an avant-garde documentary shot entirely on film by filmmaker herself. It is an intimate ... See full summary »
Sergei did not want to watch the documentary because he doesn't like watching himself dance and was tricked into seeing it by his good friend who filmed him in "take me to church". He found that it had good rhythm and nice music, although he was grasping his friend's knee throughout the projection. See more »
so looking forward to this documentary, the man is incredible, extraordinary, would love to see him dance in the flesh. Sadly the documentary was dull and disappointing. Worth watching for the most fabulous dancing I have ever seen. can't wait to see him dancing this summer
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