The Red Shoes
In this classic drama, Vicky Page is an aspiring ballerina torn between her dedication to dance and her desire to love. While her imperious instructor, Boris Lermontov, urges to her to forget anything but ballet, Vicky begins to fall for the charming young composer Julian Craster. Eventually Vicky, under great emotional stress, must choose to pursue either her art or her romance, a decision that carries serious consequences.
- Category:Action, Drama, Music, Romance, Musical
- Stars:Leslie Phillips, Patrick Troughton, Robert Helpmann, Moira Shearer, Anton Walbrook, Marius Goring,
- Director:Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger,
- Writer:Hans Christian Andersen (fairy tale), Emeric Pressburger (original screenplay), Keith Winter (additional dialogue), Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
The film is considered as the first to take dance ballet to the cinema. Movies in the list of 100 best movies of the BFI British Film, ranked No. 9. The story is about a ballet dancer who is forced to choose between love and her career. What is her choice? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Red Shoes torrent reviews
(au) wrote: WOW INCREDIBLE. This action packed thriller deserves every award issued for high quality cinema in the last 1000 years. You have to watch it to believe it.The best attribute of this movie is how it is so true to itself. Almost as good as Kurt Cobain, just without the suicide.
(us) wrote: Made in TURKEY. That's comedy movie.
(us) wrote: Good for TV, but those miniseries production values held it back... Angus MacFadyen is good, but the other performances are mediocre... Good pirate story though...
(es) wrote: I thought it was a great filler. Its teaches children a good lesson. And it was a touching story about a father and son. I believe they did a good job at making this movie.
(au) wrote: An appealing melancholy comedy with eccentric characters who are so very well developed, in a strange, unconventional narrative that invests in an offbeat atmosphere (as if out of a dreamlike version of New York) to tackle matters like loneliness and amends.
(fr) wrote: Gorris has met the challenge of Woolf's style, translating it into motion-picture terms with a surprising degree of success.
(jp) wrote: I wanted to like it, but it just fails to work. However, best use of a Portishead song.
(nl) wrote: A really strange movie. It follows the story of a writer who is dying. He lays in bed struggling with the pains and is drunk. It switches back and forth from him and then to his story which he is completing in his head. The characters are bizarre. Sometimes they are self away of the fiction other times they go along with the story. I can only recommend this one to someone looking for a really trippy movie!