Director Ralph Fiennes captures the raw physicality and brilliance of Rudolf Nureyev, whose escape to the West stunned the world at the height of the Cold War. With his magnetic presence, Nureyev emerged as ballet's most famous star, a wild and beautiful dancer limited by the world of 1950s Leningrad. His flirtation with Western artists and ideas led him into a high-stakes game of cat and mouse with the KGB. Written by Anonymous B The White Crow is a 2018 English-language Biography Drama film starring Oleg Ivenko, Ad Le Exarchopoulos, Chulpan Khamatova, Ralph Fiennes, Alexey Morozov, Rapha L Personnaz and Tanasije Cakic. The movie is inspired from Rudolf Nureyev: The Life by Julie Kavanagh. BBC Films in association with HanWay Films, Metalwork Pictures, Lonely Dragon, Magnolia Mae Films, Montebello Productions, Work in Progress and Globus Films. were the production houses involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Fran Ois Ivernel, Andrew Levitas, Gabrielle Tana and Ralph Fiennes. The movie is directed by Ralph Fiennes. StudioCanal UK acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. The White Crow was released on 27th June 2019 in English,Russian and French languages and takes a screen time of 127 minutes. The motion picture made a box office gross of $7 million. The screenplay for the movie was written by David Hare. Cinematography was done by Mike Eley. The music was composed by Ilan Eshkeri.
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Release Date27 JUN 2019
Run Time127 MINUTES
Russian, English, French
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The White Crow Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 4.7/5
Positive Review Rating : 84%
As a director, Fiennes (whose beautifully restrained, revisionist Charles Dickens portrait The Invisible Woman this most closely resembles) favors low key psychological subtlety over hyper agitated... ( Read More )
There are moments of greatness here in the climax of the final act, the defection itself where the direction is as lean and agile as any of the dancers. ( Read More )
The cluttered structure, littered with brusque little flashbacks, repeatedly interrupts the momentum and tension of the story of Nureyevs most daring leap. ( Read More )
Except maybe for dance fans, its unclear what, exactly, viewers are supposed to make of this portrait of a deeply unpleasant man whose talent is more spoken of than displayed. ( Read More )
Expresses the value of energy and story over technique but is content sticking to some very bland basics ( Read More )