Lord of the Dance

Jennifer_Sawin

Message 6322 · 21 Jan 1997 23:55:15 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Tony wrote: >>It has more of a story (West Side Story springs to mind).
The only downsides are the overuse of slow motion shots of dancers floating
through the air and Michael Flatley's repeated mistaken impression that all
of the audience's applause was directed at him.<<

One of the frustrations several of us had with the (original) Riverdance
video was that there were times when the camera went in for these close
shots of Flatley's face and we all (crammed several layers deep in Kate
Nealley's den) sat there pleading "no, no - we want the feet, the feet!"
Does that happen with either (a) the new Riverdance video or (b) Lord of
the Dance (what IS the storyline, anyway, Tony?)

Jenn Sawin

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