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"Ballet 422" (2014 release; 75 min.) is a documentary about how New
York City Ballet dancer Justin Peck, all of just 25 yrs. old, is
commissioned to choreograph a new ballet piece, and he has only 2
months to do it, with the premiere scheduled for January 31, 2013 (it
is the only new ballet piece of the Winter '13 season, and it is the
ballet's 422th overall). The documentary opens with a couple of facts
regarding the City Ballet itself (such as: it has its own full tie
orchestra), and then we dive straight in, and we are treated to a
no-holds barred behind the scenes look at how Peck goes about it.
Couple of comments: first and foremost, if you don't care for ballet,
please save yourself the trouble and check out another movie instead.
On the other hand, if you love ballet, chances are that you will marvel
as we get a glimpse of how the City ballet actually works on a
day-to-day basis. We get to know Justin Peck a little bit, as well as
several of the featured dancers including Tiler Peck (no relation) and
Sterling Hyltin. If you are expecting high drama (say as in "Black
Swan"), you will be sorely disappointed. Instead, we get to appreciate
the hard work that goes into a ballet piece, all the way to the
smallest details (it is amazing to see how much attention the costume
design is given). Couple of surprises for me from the documentary: at
no point does Justin Peck share explain his vision or concept for he
new ballet piece, or if he did, it didn't make it in the documentary.
Also, while we are told that the music being used for the ballet hails
from 1935, we don't find out what composer or which music piece until
the movie's end credits, wow. But in the end those are minor quibbles,
and I enjoyed "Ballet 422" quite a bit.
I saw "Ballet 422" at a recent one-time only special showing at my
local art-house theater here in Cincinnati. It was announced beforehand
that following the showing there would be a Q&A with Victoria Morgan,
Creative Director and CEO of the Cincinnati Ballet. It was great that
the theater was absolutely PACKED for this, and indeed there was a
lively discussion after the showing, with Victoria sharing her further
insights on all this. If you love ballet, I strongly encourage you to
check out "Ballet 422", be it in the theater, on VOD, or eventually on
DVD/Blu-ray (where hopefully there will be some bonus materials).
"Ballet 422" is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Tags for Ballet 422 Full Movie
, Justin Peck
, Sterling Hyltin
, Tiler Peck
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