Five Dances

Five Dances

FIVE DANCES, written and directed by Alan Brown, is a creatively adventurous narrative feature film set in the New York 'downtown' modern dance world. The story follows the rocky emotional journey of an 18-year old dancer (the amazing Ryan Steele) with talent to burn, who must choose between his responsibility to his broken family in the Midwest, and forging a life and career for himself. The film features five of New York's most gifted dancers acting on film for the very first time, and performing the choreography of internationally acclaimed choreographer Jonah Bokaer.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   guilt,  

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Soraya (es) wrote: Brilliant Movie. Brilliant man. Benedict Cumberbatch is a first class actor. Stephen Hawking is a first class man.

Matthew S (gb) wrote: Mostly a movie for people who love sailing for people that dont will still enjoy the story of the people and why there there.

Matt B (ag) wrote: Other movies did it better, and it trying to be funny and indie while often relying on low-level-teen-movie humour to carry it. Fails mostly for not being funny, the acting being so-so, the characters two-dimensional and the lazy script disappearing with barely a whimper at the end. That and the fact that 'fat girl' as metaphor for 'gay' is the barest metaphor imagineable. It did have some good points; the wordless scene with the drag queen in the club was handled beautifully, and Johnathan Couette is great.

Hannah H (ca) wrote: Excellent screenplay. Brilliant cast. One of my favourites.

Sarah W (mx) wrote: A truly moving journey where the stories of three likeable people follow their heart against all odds and intertwine briefly. A simple, humane tale of searching and finding, and although a little bleak at times, it leaves you with a warm glow. Very worthwhile!

Amo A R (ca) wrote: The title says it all.

Don S (it) wrote: You pretty much know what you're getting with a Hauer action flick. This is exactly what I expected, only the story was lamer than usual and the acting, especially by the kid, was horrid. Unbelievable to the max, but some decent fight scenes and Hauer's charisma almost make it worth your time. Not quite though...

Hatem A (ca) wrote: 2.0/4.0 Woody Allen's follow-up to "Bananas" is also slapstick in a way and of course absurd but doesn't work as well as its predecessor. It is comprised of seven sequences (four featuring Allen) each a little over 10 minutes all discussing sexual topics. Some work better than others with the end result a mixed bag. The most memorable (and sickest segment) is the second one titled "What Is Sodomy?" with Gene Wilder playing a doctor who falls for an Armenian patient's sheep. The last segment inside the human body titled "What Happens During Ejaculation?" featuring Burt Reynolds as a switchboard operator and Allen as a sperm is also very original. Other segments were really stale in my opinion particularly the first segment titled "Do Aphrodisiacs Work?" with Allen's medieval court clown trying to seduce Lynn Redgrave's queen and the sixth segment titled "Are the Findings of Doctors and Clinics Who Do Sexual Research and Experiments Accurate?" with Allen as a researcher and Heather MacRae as a journalist who visit mad scientist John Carradine. That segment pays homage to Frankenstein and other horror movies and involves a huge boob! Third segment titled "Why Do Some Women Have Trouble Reaching an Orgasm?" tries to pay homage to Fellini-esque Italian cinema with Louise Lasser as a woman married to Allen who can only have an orgasm in public tries to fly but doesn't soar. Segment four titled "Are Transvestites Homosexuals?" with Lou Jacobi as a cross-dressing middle-aged married man is too brief to deliver. Same for segment six "What Are Sexual Perverts?" that takes a game show format where panelists (including Regis Philbin) try to guess contestants' sexual perversions. Parodies psychiatrist's David Reuben's book of the same name. The opening sequence with white rabbits to the tune of Cole Porter's "Let's Misbehave" is quite memorable.

Valerie G (it) wrote: "Win just one for the Gipper" So, I'm kind of ridiculous and named my plant for the Gipper - Ronald Oregano.

Mauro M (ca) wrote: Sunday movie on the couch !!

Scott B (ca) wrote: This movie is good from start to finish. Tells a great story