Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks (film)
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks is a 2014 Hungarian-American comedy-drama film starring Gena Rowlands and Cheyenne Jackson alongside a supporting cast including Jacki Weaver, Rita Moreno, Julian Sands and Anthony Zerbe. The film was adapted by Richard Alfieri from his play of the same name and directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman. It was the final film of director of photography Vilmos Zsigmond, who died two years after the film's release in 2016.
|Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks|
|Directed by||Arthur Allan Seidelman|
|Screenplay by||Richard Alfieri|
|Based on||Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks|
by Richard Alfieri
|Music by||Attila Pacsay|
|Edited by||Bert Glatstein|
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The film has a 45% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Stephen Whitty of The Star-Ledger referred to the film as "a very poor movie." Nicolas Rapold of The New York Times wrote "The soppy, instructive story of acceptance feels handed down from another era, though Ms. Rowlands can fire off a one-liner at 20 paces, and she effortlessly conveys oh-my-oh-me adorable."
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