- SKU: 18733748
- Release Date: 12/07/2010
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- Bonus Performance bY Sokvannara Sar Mopey (Pacific Northwest Ballet; 2009)
- Selected Performances from the Film Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux; Square Dance; Coppelia; La Sylphide; La Sonnamubula; On the Other Side
- Interview with Director Anne Bass
- Photo Gallery
- Closed Captioned
Filmmaker Anne H. Bass was visiting Cambodia when she saw a young man dancing in the street and was immediately struck by his skill, his passion, and his charisma. Bass introduced herself to the dancer, Sokvannara Sar, and she was impressed enough with him that she offered to help him come to the United States to study classical dance. It was the beginning of a remarkable journey for Sar, as he went from performing folk dances on the street to the rigors of professional-level ballet study in America, where he was a highly promising but unlikely new figure on the dance scene. Bass and her camera were on hand for much of Sar's transition to his new life, and the documentary Dancing Across Borders tells his remarkable story, from busking in the streets to a special performance accompanied by composer Philip Glass. Dancing Across Borders received its world premiere as an official selection at the 2009 Seattle International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Peter Boal
- Benjamin Millepied
- Ravynn Karet-Coxen