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    Is anybody enjoying to watch film-ballets. As myself I loving so much.
    Anuta is my favourite.
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    I am new member I can't post a links but is available online to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levanda View Post
    Is anybody enjoying to watch film-ballets. As myself I loving so much.
    Anuta is my favourite.
    Ana Karenina
    Lady with the dog
    I am new member I can't post a links but is available online to see it.

    Levanda
    Levanda, have you seen this 'ballet' movie?:

    http://www.amazon.com/Red-Shoes-Crit...ords=red+shoes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marschallin Blair View Post
    Levanda, have you seen this 'ballet' movie?:

    http://www.amazon.com/Red-Shoes-Crit...ords=red+shoes
    No I did not watched thanks for the link I will look at that. There is another forgot to mentioned "Red Poppy" , worth to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levanda View Post
    No I did not watched thanks for the link I will look at that. There is another forgot to mentioned "Red Poppy" , worth to see it.
    How right you are.

    red poppy.jpg
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    Khatchaturan - Spartakus (choreography Grigorovitch)

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    Less than two weeks ago, I saw the film Dr. Coppelius (a free-adaptation of Delibes' Coppélia) on cable. I was grateful for the re-acquaintance.

    I ended my viewing all quasi-Lebrechtian wistful of a bygone era- a feeling I don't like, because I usually end up hating myself in the mo(u)rning... but this presentation, from 47 years ago, was a reminder that such things were more a part of the ambient atmosphere back then than they are now.

    Well... the cliché is "better to light a candle than to curse the darkness." And all of us here, in some small measure, go forward with our candles in hand. Still- some days it seems like it really is freaking damned dark out there...
    The hardest knife ill us'd doth lose his edge. Shakespeare- Sonnet 95

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