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February 27, 2013


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I watched the documentary a couple of months ago (plus every single other ballet film on Netflix Instant) and absolutely loved it! I especially liked Nathalie; what a hoot she is! I've never been good at any sort of dance and I'm just awkward at movement in general, so I'm utterly fascinated by watching dancers at work. I'll have to look for that book, thank you for the recommendation.

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