Watch and dance: the top seven movies about dancing
“Dance is almost a Declaration of love,” Dostoevsky said. “Cinema should make the viewer forget that he is sitting in the cinema,” Polanski repeated. Movies about dancing or dancing in the movies. Or maybe movie stories about love, passion, self-discovery, midlife crisis. So, today-a selection of films about dances and dancers. Look, enjoy, count the number of repetitions of the root “dance” and do not forget to dance to the beat!
1. “Saturday night Fever” (Saturday Night Fever, 1977)the Film directed by John Badham entered the history of cinema and fell in love with the audience, including thanks to the dances performed by a young John Travolta. Moreover, this tape has become a symbol of the bright, sparkling disco era.The main character is Tony Manero, a Brooklyn hardware store worker. But behind Tony’s seemingly uncouth appearance and uncouth manner lies the vulnerable, sensitive soul of a dancer from God. Every weekend Tony goes to the major club just to dance.He has a typical Italian family, a company of bosom friends, an unrequited girlfriend in love with him and, it seems, an unattainable dream-to win a dance competition. But everything changes with the appearance in the life of Tony Stephanie (Karen Lynn gorney).The plot of “Fever” seems not too original against the background of spectacular pas Travolta, who woke up a real celebrity after the premiere of the film in 1977. But the body language fades into the background, giving way to interpersonal relationships of the characters of the picture. And that makes “Fever” not an entertaining movie at all, but a drama with strong social overtones. “Saturday Night Fever”, filled with conflicting experiences of the characters, surprisingly candid scenes (no, now so do not shoot!), the magic of the 70s to the music of the Bee Gees is a must-see not only as one of the best thematic pictures, but also as an absolute classic, a movie for all time.
有趣的事实：1。机构名称“2001” - 对磁带S. Kubrick“太空奥德赛2001”（1968年）的暗示，在那些年份非常受欢迎。在托尼的卧室里，挂在电影“岩石”的海报上，由John G. Evildsen指导，他应该拍摄“发烧”，但在拍摄开始之前很快就会拍摄。具有讽刺意味的是，续集“发烧” - 胶带1983年“留在幸存者中” - 拆除了创造者的一个“岩石”斯泰洛酮。“星期六夜间发烧”是着名电影评论家D. Siskela的最受欢迎的电影，他观看了这款录像带约17次，甚至在拍卖会上买了一套白色西装。“闪光灯”（1983）“闪光灯”是由E. Lyne（“九个半周”，“致命吸引力”，“Lolita”）指导的第二部电影。18岁的亚历山德拉欧文斯的故事是与Tony Manero的方式类似的方式：白天她是匹兹堡的钢铁厂的焊工（SIC！），在偶像作为舞者的举动，但梦想成为舞蹈演员这项业务的专业人士。She is patronized by an influential elderly ballerina, and in the suitors-just a handsome man.It’s a cotton candy-sweet Cinderella story or a very conventionally ugly duckling: when choosing an actress to star in “the flash Dance,” Paramount boss Michael Eisner asked to conduct a survey among Studio workers and find out which of the three main contenders they would like to sleep with. As a result, Jennifer Beals was approved for the role.Rustic in all senses of the plot and quite artless game actors compensate for the incendiary music of Giorgio Moroder and incredible dance pirouettes. The film is unlikely to make you think deeply or take to heart the path of the main character, but it is definitely able to lift the mood with its musicality, nostalgic atmosphere and romance of the 80s.
1.主题歌曲 - 歌曲“是由i.Kara执行的”一种感觉“由Giorgio Moroder所写的。为了写这首歌，他收到了他的第二个奥斯卡“最好的原创歌曲”和两个金球。在几个被描述的帮助下，主唱詹妮弗·詹妮弗·詹菲尔比尔“跳舞”，其中一个是一个人。这部电影的许多舞蹈数量和音乐伴奏是多次使用的热门艺术家的其他电影和夹子（D. Halliwell，D. Lopez，B.诺克尔斯）.3。1987年“肮脏的舞蹈”（1987）“肮脏的舞蹈”“吹嘘”屏幕。所以，不平等的浪漫：她 - 来自高社会的女孩，他是一个可怜的舞者。他是时尚度假胜地的舞池的明星，她不知道如何移动。通过巧合，形成一对。主要作用是由80年代最令人垂涎的电影英雄之一出色的，帕特里克迟到的帕特里克末。然而，这张照片有一个令人惊讶的有趣的背部，值得一提。在“星期六夜间发烧”的成功之后，美国舞蹈电影正在经历前所未有的崛起（“荣耀”，上述“Flash Dance”）。所有这些绘画的主要特点是纯粹的男性外观。 Writer and screenwriter E. Bergstein changed the mood of the narrative, putting at the head of the relationship of the ugly heroine (Jennifer gray) with a beautiful dancer, her own father, and also raising the topic of underground abortions. The producers-men like the script did not find the response: the project is a very long time was half-asleep as long as they are not interested in independent Studio Vestron.
当完成的电影被证明Vestron博斯s, They grabbed their heads, as it became obvious-the project is a failure, and it is unclear what miracle will help them return the money spent… However, this time the intuition failed the company’s management: in the first weekend the film earned 10 million dollars. The box office was made by a large female audience, who reviewed the film many times. Having collected about 170 million dollars at the box office, the picture not only fully paid for itself, but eventually became a classic of melodramatic cinema.She and now looks touching, get back a little sentimental and (Yes-Yes!) extremely relevant. Just think, times change, fashions and mores change, but the feelings – and in the 60s, and in the 80s, and in the 2000s-are the same. Contempt, fear, confusion – always the same symptoms. And dancing brings us closer. Erase language barriers, social inequalities, facilitate understanding, encourage to speak the same language, finally awaken love. Well, who are we without love?
1. The prototype of the main character is Michael Terrance, a notable Broadway dancer and choreographer who was among the first American popularizers of Mambo.2. Gray, 26, and Swayze, 34, were ten years older than their characters.3. All the main roles in the film were from Broadway and professional dancers: the Director wanted to shoot really dancing people, and in addition, Broadway performers were cheaper than famous actors.4. “Billy Elliot” (Billy Elliot, 2000) Stunning, not afraid of the word, the story told by Stephen daldry, about the benefits of disobedience and self-belief. The film takes the viewer to the 1980s and the fictional city of Everington. The miner’s son, eleven-year-old Billy Elliot (Jamie bell), attends a Boxing section after school, but accidentally sees ballet class classes, lights up with a dream of dancing.The film, which touches on a rather serious problem of confrontation between the individual and society, is actually very light, positive and looks in the same breath. Grim mining strikes and the fabulous ballet world of miss Wilkinson’s class; Billy’s father’s firm belief that “all dancers are faggots” and the teacher’s Holy faith in the talent of the guy; dramatic, tear-wringing moments, replaced by elements of Comedy-all this makes the film contrasting, dynamic and very touching spectacle. Reviews from serious critics and multiple awards, including the BAFTA Awards, the Edinburgh international film festival, Nominations for the Oscar, Cesar and Golden globe-the best proof of this.
In addition, unlike all the other pictures in the collection, “Billy Elliot” can be safely recommended for viewing to the younger generation — as a good example of motivational cinema. At a reception at the Royal ballet school in London, Billy is asked: “How do you feel while dancing?”The bewildered boy replies,” as if I were evaporating. It’s like the body is changing, like there’s fire, and I’m just flying. Like a bird, like electricity.”In the creative profession, there are often no clear schedules, no formulas, no figures, but for the success of the artist (here-a General concept), in addition to talent, it is absolutely necessary mad diligence and obsession on the verge of fanaticism. The film in including and about this.
1. Jamie bell studied ballet, so he got used to the role quite organically.2. In the process of writing the script, Lee Hall drew in part on the story of dancer Philip Marsden of the Royal Ballet. Marsden hails from the North of England, and many of his family worked in the mines.3. Initially, the film was called “Dancer”, but in the 2000s in Cannes there was already a picture with a similar name – “Dancing in the dark” Trier-so it was renamed.5. “Let’s dance” (Shall we Dance, 2004) in the center of the plot — the story of American lawyer John Clark . Tired of the daily routine-home, family, work, home, family-he begins to take Latin dance lessons with a timid hope of adultery with the sexy dancer Pauline. However, as often happens in life, everything turns out exactly the opposite: the teacher turns out to be a woman not easy, but heavy behavior, and in Mr. Clark awakens a violent passion for the art of dance.