La Danse
The Paris Opera Ballet

La Danse - The Paris Opera Ballet
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Susan

This is my favorite ballet documentary of all time. All dansers and lovers of dance should watch this.

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Susan

This is the best ballet documentary that exists in the world. More kids should see this to get inspired by ballet.

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