Dancing Across Borders

Dancing Across Borders

On a trip to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia in January 2000, filmmaker Anne Bass came across a sixteen-year-old boy who moved her immensely with his amazing natural charm and grace as a dancer. A longtime devotee of the world of dance, Bass felt compelled to give this young boy the opportunity to leave his home and follow a dream that he could not yet have fully imagined. From the serene countryside of Southeast Asia to the halls of New York’s School of American Ballet to the stage of the Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle, DANCING ACROSS BORDERS peeks behind the scenes into the world of dance and chronicles the intimate and triumphant story of a boy who was discovered, and who only much later discovered all that he had in himself.

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Lynette B (br) wrote: not sure how to rate this one....it really drew me in but left many questions unanswered

Justin B (kr) wrote: He's back, he's fat and this time he's hunting vampires. It's just Boring; with the only interesting aspect being that Seagal seems to have aged 40 years in only 20.

Tony C (de) wrote: Most reviewers hated it but I found it mildly entertaining although I guessed the ending way before the ending.

Filip F (us) wrote: A little bit nostalgic but also a little bit magic. We can see two different points of view and with that we can see two stories in one. Simple story captured just fantastic. I can say that in some way I flipped.

Kat B (ru) wrote: Saw it on youtube. It starts out slow at first but in the end even I felt my black old heart grow 3 sizes. :3

Rene J (fr) wrote: This will forever be one of my favorite movie. it's so funny Wander is now Alaric in Vampire Diary.

Jason H (gb) wrote: Cheesy, gun-crazed action at it's most awesome. Plot, pfft! who cares; money, guns and psychos thats all you need, throw in a few babes and the occasional one liner and its all gravy.

Stephen S (gb) wrote: Not particularly good. Not the worst film, and to be honest, the last few minutes of this when they visit the Vietnam memorial are great. However, the rest of the movie feels really disjointed and confused. If the director was trying to do this deliberately to try and capture the characters' emotions, I would understand and appreciate it. But it's not done deliberately, it's just clumsy as hell. That being said, this is far from the worst war movie out there, it's just nothing special.

Zach Z (gb) wrote: Wow, this would've been even better with an authentic western soundtrack instead of... ugh, Tangerine Dream. Other than that, I think they could've tried to hint at the mystery man's identity a little more at the library. Other than that, a reasonably solid story.

Larry S (es) wrote: One of my favorite 60's comedies. Rock Hudson and Gina Lollobrigida are magic.

Anastasia (es) wrote: Could use more variety of crimes (1 time, May 2015) ION

Nick P (jp) wrote: If you love peanuts like I do, than this film is more than up your alley! A film that respects the source material that inspired it. Somewhere out there, Charles schulz is happy.