A French violinist saves his beloved princess from the Russian revolution, of which his former tutor is the leader.
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Composer W.L. Trytel wrote a score especially for the film and conducted it for its London premiere at the Royal Albert Hall which included a Russian ballet scene, "The Forbidden Dance of the Elves" by Serge Morosoff, before the screening. Sadly, the DVD fails to use this original score, and instead opts for an inappropriate, sleep inducing, modern score, which detracts rather than adds to the overall effect of the film.
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