The Red Shoes

The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes

Year

1948

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Boris Lermontov is a great dance teacher - one who drives his students hard to be the best. Young ballerina Victoria Page is about to be a big star, but upsets Lermontov when she falls for a composer named Julian Craster. Julian wrote The Red Shoes - the ballet which was to star Victoria, but that Lermontov now refuses to let her appear in. So will Victoria choose stardom - or Julian? This visually spectacular, dreamlike film from Powell and Pressburger is one of the great classics of British cinema.

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Contains mild threat, injury and smoking

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