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Film Documentary on Sergei Polunin – Bad Boy of Ballet

Releasing Nationally on December 1st

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Vendetta Films is pleased to announce the theatrical release of DANCER, the stunning new documentary from Oscar-nominated director Steven Cantor, in Australian cinemas nationally from December 1st.
DANCER takes a compelling behind-the-scenes look at the life of the magnetic ‘bad boy of ballet’, Sergei Polunin. As the youngest Principal dancer in the history of London’s Royal Ballet, the Ukrainian-born prodigy shocked the dance world when he quit the prestigious company only two years later, resolving to give up dance entirely!
Hailed as the ‘next Nureyev’, Polunin shot to international recognition with David Chapelle’s 2015 video of Hozier’s ‘Take Me to Church’, sending ballet viral. Intended as Polunin’s final dance, the piece was a stunning realisation of the internal conflict raging inside the troubled dancer, shedding light on the suffering and inner turmoil that lead to his ultimate decision to quit.
Following his life from humble home videos in poverty-stricken Ukraine, to backstage footage of his awe-inspiring performances in the UK and Russia, DANCER offers an intriguing insight into the blessed yet tortured life of this breathtaking ballet talent.
Achingly raw and hauntingly beautiful, DANCER explores a young man’s struggle with identity and the hidden burdens of tremendous talent.

Release Date: 1st December, 2016
Run Time: 85mins
Starring: Sergei Polunin
Directed by: Steven Cantor

To see where DANCER is screening click here.

DanceLife has several movie double passes to give away to the
preview screenings of DANCER in:

MELBOURNE – 24th November, 6:30pm at Cinema Nova

SYDNEY – 25th November, 6:30pm at Palace Norton Street

To enter please submit your name and number by to with subject of ‘Dancer Film’