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Aaron Jones almost 2 years ago
Beautiful, outstanding, timeless.
Haydn Line 2 years ago
Kiera Beddes 5 years ago
A movie with a lot of depth and metaphorical resonance.
Austin almost 6 years ago
One of the best films I have ever seen.
Dominic Dirupo over 6 years ago
The word 'Masterpiece' doesn't do it justice. Everyone must see this film
Camille Lévesque 7 years ago
Amazing, if you liked Gone With the Wind, you will like The Red Shoes
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Beatrice Bezzon over 5 years ago
The Red Shoes (1948) is a British feature film about a ballet dancer, written, directed and produced by the team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, known collectively as The Archers. The movie employs the story within a story device, being about a young ballerina who joins an established ballet company and becomes the lead dancer in a new ballet called The Red Shoes, itself based on the fairy tale "The Red Shoes" by Hans Christian Andersen. The film stars Moira Shearer, Anton Walbrook and Marius Goring and features Robert Helpmann, Léonide Massine and Ludmilla Tchérina, renowned dancers from the ballet world, as well as Esmond Knight and Albert Basserman. It has original music by Brian Easdale and cinematography by Jack Cardiff, and is well regarded for its creative use of Technicolor. Filmmakers such as Brian De Palma and Martin Scorsese have named it one of their all time favorite films. Although loosely based on the Andersen story, it was also said to have been inspired by...
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