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Rebels on Pointe is a movie starring Chase Johnsey. An intimate look at Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - the all male, drag ballet company founded over 40 years ago on the heels of New York City's Stonewall riots.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Bobbi Jo Hart
Starring
Chase Johnsey

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Bobbi Jo Hart
Writer Bobbi Jo Hart, Bobbi Jo Hart
Stars Chase Johnsey
Country UK, Italy, Japan, Canada, USA
Runtime 1 h 30 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 Rebels on Pointe is the first-ever, cinéma vérité documentary film celebrating Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo -- the all male, drag ballet company founded over 40 years ago on the heels of New York's Stonewall riots. The company has performed in over 500 cities and 33 countries, and has a cult following around the world. The film juxtaposes exclusive, behind-the-scenes access and intimate, character-driven stories of its dancers, highlighted by amazing performances shot around the world. Rebels on Pointe ultimately celebrates our shared humanity through universal themes of identity, dreams, family, love, loss, determination and resilience... proving that a ballerina is not merely a woman dancing, but an act of revolution in a tutu.

Top reviews

Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 12:41

I am an environmental activist and I don't understand how some people can view this documentary as an attack on anyone involved in environmental activism. That is totally inaccurate. The first thing that needs to be made clear is that this documentary is about the movement against the oil industry and not the people who have participated in that movement. In the film, the filmmaker interviews a lot of people involved in the movement and they are all of the opinions that we have, and that is what the film is about. If someone is a libertarian and they don't like environmental activism, then they don't get the point of this documentary. If you like environmental activism, then this documentary is a must see. I didn't really get the message that was being conveyed in the film, but that's not why I chose to watch this film. I am just saying that it is interesting to know that the vast majority of people who have been involved in the environmental movement are libertarians and I think it's important to understand that in order to fully understand the message that the film is trying to convey. It is important to understand that this film is not about those who oppose the oil industry and it is not about people who support the oil industry. It is about those who are part of the movement and it is a good documentary. If you are a libertarian and you don't like environmental activism, then you need to understand that this documentary is a propaganda piece and it is not about you. The film also clearly states that there is no evidence that the oil industry is responsible for climate change, but if you are against the oil industry, then you don't like that it is a documentary about the oil industry. The film also explains that the oil industry is a huge part of the US economy, so it is not surprising that the film would be an attack on that industry. I think that the film does a good job of portraying the issues surrounding the oil industry, but I think that the film could have been better if they had focused on the environmental movement rather than the oil industry. The film does a good job of portraying the environmental movement, but I think that it could have been a lot better if it had focused on the people who are part of the environmental movement instead of the people who support the environmental movement. Overall, I think that this is an important documentary that should be watched by everyone and I give it a 9/10.
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 09:02

I have to say this: I absolutely love this film! I watched it three times last night. The first time I watched it was the weekend I went to London, and I was expecting some B-rated action/violence, but this was much more than I expected. The second time I watched it was the following Monday, and I wasn't disappointed. I can't even remember the third time I watched it. In fact, I have only seen it once, and I'll try to remember to watch it again. I have to say I really enjoyed this film. I like it because it is different from all the other action films I have seen lately. It's not a super hero film, and it isn't a hero story. It's about a man who finds himself in a situation that he cannot escape from, and decides to do something about it. The film has a different tone than I expected. It is kind of a romantic film, but I would say it is not a love story. It is about a man who finds himself in a situation that he cannot escape from, and decides to do something about it. It is more about a man who is struggling with his demons than it is about a woman. There are some pretty intense scenes, but not a lot of violence. The most violent scene in the film was the fight scene with Darth Vader and Luke. It was really well done. The fight scene with Vader was the most intense in the film, and I think I could probably watch the entire film without getting bored of it. I think this movie is really great, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to watch something different.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 10:49

This is a film I was surprised to see getting an award in a "special interest" category. I have to admit that I am very biased in favor of the Quebec, but I also found the film to be very well done. I've seen a number of documentaries about the Montreal scene and I don't think there has been one that is as well done as this one. It shows the inside stories of the people involved in the fights and the organization that supported the fighters. I was surprised to see the fact that many of the fighters did not speak English, but I guess that's the way it was back then. There was a lot of detail in the story that was not captured in a few other documentaries. The actors were all very convincing. The fighting was the most well done aspect of the film. The editing was excellent and the interviews were very well done. The interviews were just as well done as the fighting. The fact that many of the fighters had never been to the local theaters or were in the fights for the first time, made the stories very relatable and you could feel the pain and struggles that the fighters had to endure. I think it was a very realistic portrayal of what it was like to fight for a living in that time period. There was a lot of footage of the fighters on the streets of Montreal, so that really helped the story to have a more real feel to it. This film was very well done. It really captured the lifestyle and the fighting for that time period. It was a very well made documentary. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Montreal fighting scene. I think this film is very well worth seeing.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 08:55

This is the first of two movies I've seen by the young filmmaker "Zebrasn" where he explores a theme that is unique to South Africa. First and foremost, it's the best film ever made about the changing face of South Africa. It is a short film that lasts only 1.5 hours and has two main characters, one male and one female. Both are extremely young. The male is a filmmaker and has just finished a feature film. He's very good at what he does. He takes photos, he's a self-professed foodie, he works with his camera, and he's into what he does. He's trying to make a film about his hometown and he's just getting started. But he can't get the funding. He's like a fly on the wall of South Africa and he is the closest thing to a voice from the ground. The female filmmaker is also working on a film, but she's a newlywed with a young child. She's also very young and she's a bit of an oddity in South Africa. She's very quiet and introverted, but she has a very passionate interest in photography and what she does. She's on her way to make her first feature film. It's all about these two protagonists and the things they do to see the world. They can't find any way to make a film. The two have only known each other for a few weeks and it's already been a month since they met. But they have to be friends. It's a coming-of-age film. They're starting to get used to each other. They don't have to be friends. They just need to be able to communicate. And the beginning of their relationship is really about love. It's about how they communicate with each other and their love. It's very open and honest. It's about how they want to meet and how they're going to meet. It's also a little bit about the men in their lives. I think this is the first time that I've seen a film with a male protagonist who is the same age as the female protagonist. It is also the first film with a female protagonist who is more of a musician than a filmmaker. She's a musician and she's also an actress. I think it's an important film because it has a strong message. It doesn't tell you anything new about South Africa. It doesn't tell you how to feel or what to do. It just tells you how to feel and how to live your life. I think it's a really important film because it's really well done and it's just really well


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