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Understanding The Background Of Wassily Kandinsky

When I first saw “Washes,” I thought, “What was this movie about? What was wrong with it?” Was there something inherently wrong with the dancing for this movie? Was it too slow or did they use a lot of makeup?

After seeing the movie twice now, my answer is a resounding, “No.” I think this movie was a complete waste of time. It wasn't entertaining enough and the choreographer was totally out of ideas.

He should have hired someone who had dance experience. The dancing was so amateurish it was predictable. The choreographer didn't even bother to try to improve it, which is pretty careless.

The dancing in this movie was so poor you wondered how they could put that on camera. There were even times when it was obvious they had never dancing before. The music they played was very forgettable. Some of the dancers couldn't even follow the music.

Then there was the choreographer. The man who choreographed this movie was the best ever. Everyone loved him. He was absolutely perfect. But, he couldn't get the tone, the movement, and the feel of the film right. The dancing in this movie was just flat and boring.

It was obvious from the beginning that Jarar became fixated on beating this movie. As a choreographer, that's not something I enjoy. I like a director who is interested in the dance more than the story. That's what Jarar did.

As a dancer, that is no way to go. The audience should see the movie for what it is. They shouldn't be forced to have to sit through a droning performance by a hack choreographer. I suppose they could be happy with that. But, not as happy as Jarar putting on such a wonderful performance.

The movie wasn't for everybody. If you haven't seen it, do yourself a favor and pass. If you have seen it, you owe it to yourself to see it again. I guarantee you will never go back. For me, that's a guarantee.

What really makes the movie shine is how beautifully choreographed each sequence is. Even a novice dancer could watch the movie and pick up on the choreography. I especially love the last number. That was a breathtaking close. I wish I had been watching it at the time. What an incredible close.

If you haven't seen it, you are missing out on an amazing show. Every scene is a gem. I could sit and watch the movie all day. You simply can't go wrong.

One of the best things about “Symphony” is the dancing. Ballet has been over-dressed for too long. It's time for a break. The dancing is absolutely gorgeous in this movie. Every scene is great.

All of the dancers seem to be moving around a lot. That must take a great deal of skill. However, the moves are fluid and elegant. It's a joy to watch them do it. Like everything else in ballet, the moves have a purpose and the purpose is to show off the beauty of the dress.

As the music swells and the audience joins in the dance, it becomes very evident that this is one of the most beloved ballets ever. It is both sentimental and exciting at the same time. The music adds emotion to the dance. This is what makes ballet so special.

“Symphony” is a wonderful film. It will make you feel like you are part of something incredible. Watching it again just brings tears to your eyes. It's a must see movie.

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