Crazy Horse
The Rehersals and Performances at a French Burlesque

Crazy Horse - The Rehersals and Performances at a French Burlesque
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Vaughn

Fantastic film, such class, talent, creativity, imagination and dedication.

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Marrianne

This was so enlightening and beautiful to watch. I had never seen before how burlesque worked. Enjoyed it and will watch again.

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Ron

The photographs of the audience that Wiseman includes in his film say everything you need to know about the Crazy Horse experience.

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Audra

Immaculate! Now I understand where Beyonce got her inspiration with Partition. It seemed so familiar and it now seems so tangible. When I go to Paris, I'll definitely need to see the Crazy Horse. After being in New Orleans and watching Maison Close I feel a deeper affinity for women's ...Read more

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