Ballets Russes (2005)
Critic Consensus: Even if you know little about ballet, there is much to love about this documentary's captivating archival footage and its interviews with elderly former dancers who have much to share.
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A casual interest in dance is all it takes to enjoy Ballets Russes, an enchanting new documentary about the famed French ballet company.
... a heartening affirmation of the spirit that helped many dancers to thrive in their heyday more than half a century ago and to survive as teachers, dance devotees and priceless raconteurs.
Enchanting, edifying and exhilarating.
Capturing glimpses of those halcyon days, filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine offer the documentary Ballets Russes, riveting in rare footage and poignant interviews with some of the dancers who brought ballet to the hinterlands.
Ballets Russes does an amazing job of unearthing footage of the famous ballet troupe from its beginnings in turn-of-the-century Paris through to its demise in the '60s.
Audience Reviews for Ballets Russes
Fascinating documentary on the world's most famous ballet.
Pretty interesting documentary with great archival footage and interviews. It's nice to see so many former members of the Ballet Russes still alive and passing on their love of ballet to their students.
Oh, I loved it!!! Brought out my sappy side and made me want to RUN back to ballet class. Beautiful and passionate documentary.
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