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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by edwinjamescalin US / Joined edwinjamescalin 2016
Five Dances
Five Dances
Five Dances
USA, 2013, 83 minutes, SD Romance, LGBT, US Indie
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18.10.16
Sensual and captivating! Ryan Steele is a sight to behold in this movie. He wasn't only great in conveying his emotions and of his inner conflicts but he was also a powerhouse in the dance floor.  The modern dance interpretations and the choreography were mesmerizing, coupled with great musical score.  This is a film that not only presents one person's  inner struggles and conflicts but also how he interacts to his co-dancers, with one of them being romantically-linked to him.  One can only marvel at the well-toned bodies with their well-exhibited dance moves that combines ballet and modern dance interpretations.  Steele won Best Actor Award from Iris  Prize Festival for this movie. Worth watching especially if you're a fan of the creative arts and dancing!  
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