Critic Consensus: Visually resplendent but occasionally pretentious, Dancing on the Edge benefits from a first-rate cast and a terrific 1930s jazz soundtrack.
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as Louis Lester
as Lady Cremone
as Stanley Mitchell
as Julian Luscombe
as Pamela Luscombe
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The five episodes... are brimming with twists, surprises, delightful set pieces - and some very unexpected performances.
The story has ample pulling power. But the music is its driving force -- all day and all of the night.
Many of the people we meet in the cast are good guys, which gives Dancing a hopeful tone, even when the odds go the other way. We want the folks who deserve it to win, and so does the show.
What's missing is passion, joy and (ultimately) interest.
An exquisitely mounted miniseries about the interplay between a black jazz band and the upper crust of English society in the 1930s.
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