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If you like ballet and are interested in behind-the-scenes footage, endless rehearsals and the effort professional dancers have to make to reach the height of stardom do not miss La Danse -- Le Ballet de l'Opera de Paris. [Full review in Spanish]
Yes it's long, but like the seven ballet productions it follows, La Danse prizes meticulous, exhaustive and downright entrancing precision...Indeed, La Danse is a film that makes you profoundly grateful documentaries exist.
I warn you, this film is long. Two hours and forty minutes worth. Dance gives it its constant pulse, while it builds, slowly. It will reward your patience, it may even make new converts to dance as an art form.
Wiseman has captured the experience of wandering through a living gallery of performance, adroitly defining not only why ballet is one of the most beautiful of human endeavours, but also why it is the most impenetrable of all our art forms.
Even if you don't know your pliés from your jétes, it's impossible not to be impressed by the athleticism, agility and stamina on display, though the star of the show is the ballet's imperious artistic director, Brigitte Lefèvre.