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Few performances are hardy enough both to blossom in the dark intimacy of live theater and bloom under the glaring eye of a movie camera. Ghostlight is not the exception.
Achieves substance as a historical document, an homage, an appreciation of the axis of empathy shared between larger- than-life women and the (frequently) gay men who venerate them.
Ms. Magnuson's consummate professionalism offers an unflattering contrast to Mr. Move's not-so-inspired amateurism.
A bizarre and campily amusing 'tribute.'
Real history and raunch poke through, but the thirtysomething Move is too vital to be Martha in her dotage.
An affectionate, witty tribute which also happens to be one of the best films about dance ever made.
It's a good-hearted dream of a film made all the more fascinating by virtue of its willful weirdness.
Even knowing [Move is] nearly a foot taller and considerably more robust than the real Graham, his performance is so completely realized that it radiates its own synthetic truth.
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