This documentary of the life of American ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq has some wonderful ballet footage, but you don’t have to be a ballet fan to enjoy the movie or to appreciate the inspiration of a woman who managed to create a life for herself after illness robbed her of her ability to dance. It’s not maudlin; it’s a very dry martini, kind of like Tanny’s dancing.
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