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Nureyev is a movie starring Siân Phillips, Dick Cavett, and Margot Fonteyn. This striking and moving documentary from BAFTA nominated directors Jacqui and David Morris traces the extraordinary life of Rudolf Nureyev. From his birth...

Jacqui Morris, David Morris
Dick Cavett, Siân Phillips, Erik Bruhn, Margot Fonteyn

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Genres Documentary
Director Jacqui Morris, David Morris
Writer David Morris, Jacqueline Morris
Stars Dick Cavett, Siân Phillips, Erik Bruhn, Margot Fonteyn
Country UK
Also Known As Nureyev: Lifting the Curtain, Nureyev: An Orgy of One, Nureyev. Il mondo, il suo palco
Runtime 1 h 49 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description This striking and moving documentary from BAFTA nominated directors Jacqui and David Morris traces the extraordinary life of Rudolf Nureyev. From his birth in the 5th class carriage of a trans-Siberian train, to his dramatic leap to freedom in the West at the height of the Cold War, and unprecedented adulation as the most famous dancer in the world. The film highlights Nureyev's unlikely yet legendary partnership with Margot Fonteyn and charts his meteoric rise to the status of global cultural phenomenon. Nureyev's life plays out like the sweeping plot of a classic Russian novel. His story is Russia's story. Blending never-before-seen footage, with an original score by award-winning composer Alex Baranowski and spellbinding newly choreographed dance tableaux directed by Royal Ballet alumnus, Russell Maliphant, Nureyev is a theatrical and cinematic experience like no other. This is a portrayal as unique as the man himself. There will never be another Nureyev.

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Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 17:26

This is a movie I had no idea about, but it was made by a group of friends who wanted to tell the story of their time spent in the Russian gulag, while living as private citizens in Moscow. The fact that the film is told from the perspective of the survivors, is of course a blessing and a curse in that it exposes the immense brutality, yet not just from the guards but also from the staff of the gulag. The film's main problem is the fact that the film was made in 2005 and the gulag is a very different place than it was in the 50's. The biggest problem is that the film is only for Russian viewers. The film is pretty good in terms of the details of the events, but there is a lot of commentary that has to be ignored in order to see the events as they were in real life. The main character's story is extremely powerful and it is painful to see how he was manipulated and manipulated. The film tries to be very objective and avoid personal judgment in the story, and it is a good job that the commentary is ignored. The narrator in the film is very good at this and his voice is quite strong and resonating. The narration is clear and the other characters are very well chosen. The film is an absolute must see. It shows how the victims were treated and it has to be seen by anyone who has been in a similar situation, not just Russians, Russians must see the film, especially in the beginning, it is not just about Russia. This film makes the viewer believe in the events of the gulag and puts the atrocities in context, it is also about the impact it had on the victims. It is a very powerful film that should be seen by all who were in the gulag. 9/10
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 03:19

With this documentary, Steven Soderbergh is using a combination of interviews, images and video to tell the story of Soderbergh's work. In the case of the interviews, the focus is very much on Soderbergh, in particular his experience on making films such as 'Traffic', 'No Country For Old Men', 'Traffic', 'Vantage Point', 'Babel', 'Traffic', 'The Perfect Storm', and 'Man on the Moon'. The focus on the images is very much on Soderbergh's career as a photographer, especially with his last film 'Gravity'. And the focus on Soderbergh himself is very much on his career as a film maker. In this sense, Soderbergh does seem to be sharing with the viewer, and some of the interviews are quite interesting. The focus on the film making is also interesting, as there is not just one film but at least three films, two being made by Soderbergh, and one being made by Sam Mendes. Of the interviews, the ones with former Soderbergh and Mendes collaborators include Michael Mann, Peter Jurasik and David Peoples, the latter one of whom was a co-producer of 'Gravity'. The interviews with Soderbergh collaborators include the ones with Bill Forsyth and Sam Mendes, and the ones with current collaborators include the ones with Sam Mendes, George Clooney and Matt Damon. These include a fascinating interview with Damon, one of the ones with Clooney, and the ones with Soderbergh are also interesting, especially with the ones with him. The film is also fascinating and moving as it features Soderbergh's first home being the Soderbergh home that he has lived in since the mid-90s, as well as the different styles of the film-making and Soderbergh's work in particular. I really enjoyed this documentary, and it is certainly worth seeing.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 07:33

I am sorry that you had to read all that after watching the movie, I would have recommended it to you if you had asked me. Now, I have just seen it, and I can see that I should have done better than I did. This movie is very important for a great many people around the world. It is a moral statement. It is a good and clear documentary on a very important issue of the human rights of the female population. The woman-worshipping would not be this bad if it weren't for this movie. We need to take a close look at how we treat our sisters, and in particular, the women, in our society. Because we do not do that, we are harming those who need our help most. The most powerful part of the movie was the way it was filmed, the way it was filmed was not done for this movie. It was done to make a statement about the issues that the movie was about. And the movie was done well. It was well edited. It was not just a bunch of people talking, and they don't have a good point to make. It is very well filmed. There are many clips and a lot of visuals. There were also some real testimonials from people who had dealt with this. The camera was very well positioned, and it also had a very good quality. It did not look cheap, like in most movies. I would recommend this movie to anyone, because it does have a message that needs to be told. If you like documentaries, or you like any kind of film, this is the one for you. I can see why it has been a great success and why it has been nominated for many awards. But it is not just a film about the female population, it is about a human right that all of us need. And we need to do what we can to protect it.

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