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Crazy Horse

(2011)
Not Rated In Theaters 01/18/2012 , 134min.
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52%
Viewer score based on 10 ratings
72%
Critic score based on 20 reviews

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January 31, 2012
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Variety
What's generally missing here though is a sense of the creative process; rather than sweat-and-tears rehearsals breaking the dances into individual movements, the numbers are largely shown nearly complete. Consequently, there's little sense of the discipline involved, or the struggle for perfection that makes dance documentaries so engrossing. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Mr. Wiseman's particular genius has always been to convey, through judicious editing and dogged filming, the tedium, busyness and quiet intensity of group labor. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
It's undeniably interesting to watch each element come into place, from choreography to costumes. But the truth is, most viewers will best appreciate the retro-sexy dance numbers themselves. Full Review
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
If Frederick Wiseman's involving new documentary Crazy Horse is any indication, that old rule about how you get to Carnegie Hall - "practice, practice, practice" - applies equally well to that Parisian temple of self-described "nude chic" known to its intimates simply as "Le Crazy." Full Review
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
Completing his wonderful French cultural trilogy that also includes portraits of the Comédie-Fran¸aise and the Paris Opera Ballet, indefatigable documentarian Frederick Wiseman freely, unobtrusively prowls the joint to create a movie that respects the serious work involved in simulating the sensations of pleasure. Full Review

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