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Le Jeune Homme et la Mort

France, 1973 (MIFF 1996, Reel Dance - Cinematheque de la Dance)

Director: Roland Petit

"There was a side to Nureyev that was bestial' frenetic, like a centaur or Rasputin, even though he controlled every step. He was extraordinarily handsome, with a remarkably photogenic face the evidence being Le Jeune Homme el la Mort."

Roland Petit

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