Roseland (1977)

PG   |    |  Drama, Music, Romance


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"Roseland" is made up of three stories, sometimes connecting, all set in the famed New York dance palace, and all having the same theme: finding the right dance partner.


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  • Christopher Walken and Geraldine Chaplin in Roseland (1977)
  • Christopher Walken and Geraldine Chaplin in Roseland (1977)
  • Christopher Walken and Joan Copeland in Roseland (1977)
  • Geraldine Chaplin in Roseland (1977)
  • Christopher Walken in Roseland (1977)
  • Lou Jacobi and Teresa Wright in Roseland (1977)

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Director:

James Ivory

Writer:

Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (story and screenplay)

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21 July 2005 | janfilmfan
9
| bitter-sweet stories in the Ginger y Fred-style
Maybe I wouldn't have bought the movie if I'd seen the low voting-rate here. But I read the three bones in the Videohounds and got curious for Roseland, New Yorks famous old ballroom, filled up with mostly older dance-lovers, often looking for some company. Two bitter-sweet stories in the Ginger y Fred-style open and end. The middle part "Hustle" has Christopher Walken - who in his youth was dreaming of becoming a dancer - as the young darling gigolo for the older ladies. Walken plays a brilliant part here (just before his Deer Hunter-fame), you believe him right away. As the younger Geraldine Chaplin offers her love, house and help, he gratefully accept it,but when she tries to force things and make him think of him and her alone she loses easily from a golden watch. We've seen a lot of dancing-movies alright, but especially the genuine atmosphere with regular customers as the extra's, gives Roseland some unforgettable moments. 9 out of 10 is rather high, but boy, you have to fight against these poor ratings!

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Drama | Music | Romance

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