فيلم Dancer

Dancer

Dancer is a movie starring Sergei Polunin, Galyna Polunina, and Galina Ivanovna. Sergei Polunin is a breathtaking ballet talent who questions his existence and his commitment to dance just as he is about to become a legend.

Other Titles
Ha'rakdan, ダンサー、セルゲイ・ポルーニン 世界一優雅な野獣, Ο χορευτής, Baleto sokejas, Tancerz, Dancer - Sergei Polunin, Dancer - Bad Boy of Ballet
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Steven Cantor
Actors
Galyna Polunina, Galina Ivanovna, Larysa Lavrikova, Sergei Polunin
Country
USA, UK
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Sergei Polunin is a breathtaking ballet talent who questions his existence and his commitment to dance just as he is about to become a legend.

Comments about biography «Dancer» (14)

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Stephen

I loved this movie, it was absolutely riveting. I liked the storyline, and the characters. I enjoyed the music, it fit the scenes. I did not understand the ending, but the whole movie is about two people. The whole movie is about a lot of people. The characters are so real. The person I was most interested in was the husband. The movie was about him and his love for his wife. I felt the way he felt, the way he felt about his wife. It was so interesting. It's not about the people who are in the movie, but it's about them. I think the audience will enjoy this movie. I hope they do.

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Donald

I'm a big fan of documentary films and this was a documentary that is about the music industry. I was really surprised at the amount of music industry people and people who know music in general that was included in this film. The only reason I gave it a 7 out of 10 is because the film was too short. If they were to expand on this subject in more depth, it would be a perfect documentary. I hope this film gets an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Feature, and if not, I will be happy to buy a copy of this film and watch it again.

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Stephanie

I was skeptical about this documentary. I love hip-hop music and I'm a huge fan of DJ Mustard. But I have to say, the documentary is fantastic. You get to hear the story of what happened in the early 90's in a really authentic way. The cinematography is great and the music is excellent. The interviews with the various people who were involved are great as well. I can't say enough about the documentary. I hope that it gets a wider distribution and becomes a classic that you can watch over and over again.

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Ethan P.

Tara Conner (the daughter of boxing champion Muhammad Ali) is an accomplished pianist. She works at the Minneapolis, Minnesota Symphony Orchestra, a jazz ensemble of professional musicians who are the best in their field. Her father, Muhammad Ali, is the greatest boxer of all time and a world-famous speaker and preacher. His daughter's goal is to get a master's degree in Music. Her dad does all he can to help her achieve this goal. It's an inspiring story, but it's a little complicated. She gets a lot of support from her dad and a few other people, but it's still a challenge. She's not at all the typical girl-next-door. She's a bit shy and shy at times. She struggles with her confidence, but she works hard to make it. It's a good story, but it's not the typical story that you would expect.

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Billy Fields

I'm a big fan of this film, I've seen it so many times. It is the best documentary I've seen about music. It was also one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. It's so emotional and touching. It really captured my attention and made me question how much the world really is. You have to see this documentary. You'll never forget it.

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Diana Franklin

Director James Burrows gives us a great look at the great film makers of the past and shows us how they were able to pull off some of the greatest movies of all time. It's interesting to see how he's managed to pull off the classic work of the great directors. He shows us some of the little known movies of the past, such as John Huston, Mel Brooks, John Ford, Martin Scorsese, and others. He shows how great the directing was, but also how much work was put into the shooting, the editing, and the sound. He shows us some of the big budget movies of the past. It's not the best documentary of the past, but it's great to see how the movie makers did their thing. I recommend this documentary to anyone interested in movies. It's great to see the different types of movies, and the way they were made.

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Larry P.

This documentary is about the power of music to change lives and to inspire. It is about how the power of music can change the lives of millions of people, especially people who don't have a musical background. It is about how music is an important tool to connect people with their own dreams and to find their own voice. It is about the amazing stories of people who are not just musicians but people who are artists, writers, writers, artists. It is about the impact of music on the lives of people all over the world. The most important message is that music can change the lives of people and inspire them to change their own lives. It is about how music can be a tool to make the world a better place, to help people live happier lives, and to help people realize that their lives are worth living. This documentary is a great source of inspiration and inspiration for people all over the world.

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Dennis

A little bit of a history lesson: I was about 10 when I saw a movie about the notorious 7-Eleven in my town called 'Black and Blue.' The movie portrayed 7-Eleven as a bad guy and the store owner as a villain. I wanted to see a movie about the 7-Eleven which was actually an important part of my life. I was in my teens and had an addiction to drugs and alcohol. I was lucky to have found a rehab center, and not being a criminal, I was able to stop my drugs and alcohol addiction. This movie was made as a tribute to my addiction and to the people who helped me. This movie shows how many of us in the inner city are dealing with drugs and alcohol. The movie is very uplifting. It's like a cross between a soap opera and a history lesson. I really liked the idea of using the "bad guys" as a metaphor for our own city. The movie also shows that the bad guys are our neighbors, family, and friends. The film also shows how addiction can lead to a loss of friends, family, and even money. I also really liked how the director managed to get inside the head of the 7-Eleven store owner and interview him. It was a very interesting movie. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is into movies about the inner city.

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Evelyn Collins

The documentary "Masters of the Universe" is an hour-long collection of interviews with various artists, musicians, performers, producers, and songwriters who were involved in the making of the Beatles' hit album "The Beatles" in 1964. One of the best things about this documentary is that it's so much more than a look at the "behind the scenes" of the making of this hit album. The film includes interviews with many of the people who worked on the project and it also tells the story of how the Beatles were inspired by the early sounds of Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, and other artists to write and record the songs on the album "The Beatles". Many of these artists and musicians are also interviewed in other interviews that were included in the film. It's an interesting look at the history of the Beatles' music and it's a very interesting look at the people who worked on the project. The documentary is very informative and it tells a good story about the history of the Beatles' music.

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Lawrence M.

In the wake of the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and their subsequent success, various bands came out of the woodwork to capitalize on their success. I can't think of any other group whose popularity so often had to be defined by the early-to-mid 1980s' popularity. This documentary follows the band's rise from the small scene of Manchester to becoming the Beatles of their time. The film highlights the band's live shows, including the Sgt. Pepper's performances in Berlin and London. The documentary shows footage of the band performing the songs in concert, and shows various backstage moments. While it is obviously not a "living document", it does provide a good look at the group's origins and how they reached the height of their success.

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Tyler Johnston

It was a nice introduction to a country that many of us never knew, the Philippines. The story is about a man who used to work for the family of a rich businessman, now he is broke, and has a lot of problems. He is a dancer, and one day, he finds a way to get money to make ends meet. So, he tries to get a job with the family, but, the problem is, he doesn't speak Spanish. This is a very good documentary. It is also very interesting to see the life of the Filipinos, from their poverty to their wealth. The director is very good at showing us what they have, and also what they have not. I would have liked to see a more interesting story, but, as always, we can't. This is an important documentary, because it shows how far we have come, and what still needs to be done.

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Frank Austin

This documentary was one of the best I've seen in a long time. It really shows the toll that racism took on the lives of African Americans in the late 50's and early 60's. I was particularly interested in seeing the historical background of the songs that were used for the film, because they are very meaningful in their own right. I also enjoyed hearing from musicians who worked with many of the musicians that they featured. I think the best parts of the film were the interviews with many of the musicians, who shared their personal stories with the audience, and the musicians themselves. The best thing about the film is that it really helps us understand the difficulties that African Americans faced in the late 50's and early 60's, because of their racial discrimination. I found it a very interesting look into the changing times of race in America, and the way in which many people were treated differently based on their race. I think it is a very good film that is worth seeing.

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Joseph

I was pleasantly surprised by the documentary. I had heard about it and heard it was a little overrated, but the film is far from boring, it has an interesting story, it is well researched and it is well produced. The documentary tells the story of young "drunk" Trevor Metcalfe (who actually passed out drunk in a club in Edinburgh, Scotland, which is where the documentary is filmed), who became a professional dancer in the early 80s. It tells about his life, his friends, his dances and his achievements. The film does a good job at bringing out the great dance performances by Metcalfe and it also helps to explain the problems with the dance industry in the UK. The interviews are interesting, as they talk to Metcalfe's friends, dancers, dancers' families and dance teachers, and it also includes some interesting footage from the other dancers. This is a documentary that is very well done, and is a nice documentary to watch if you're interested in dance.

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Judith

I didn't know much about this documentary before I watched it, but after watching it I realized that I didn't know a lot about the recent history of hip-hop. This documentary is not only about the rise of hip-hop in the U.S. but also the influence of the other world in music and culture. A lot of hip-hop culture comes from the United Kingdom. The documentary shows a lot of interesting facts about hip-hop and its culture. It also shows that the U.S. is the one of the best countries in the world to do a documentary on. This is a good documentary for the hip-hop fans, especially the ones who are curious about hip-hop culture and want to know more about it.