The Company (2003)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Music, Romance

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Ensemble drama centered around a group of ballet dancers, with a focus on one young dancer who's poised to become a principal performer.

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  • Neve Campbell and Domingo Rubio in The Company (2003)
  • The Joffrey Ballet
  • Neve Campbell in The Company (2003)
  • Neve Campbell in The Company (2003)
  • Robert Altman at an event for The Company (2003)
  • Neve Campbell and Malcolm McDowell in The Company (2003)

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11 September 2003 | rgweston1
Lessons in Passive Aggressiveness and how not to care about Characters
Ugh. The problem with The Company is that it's not a Robert Altman film. His touch is evident in the filmmaking and fly-on-the-Wall feel of the movie, but it's not his movie. It's Neve Campbell's, who wrote, produced, and starred in it. Campbell spent years with the national ballet and this movie was a labor of that passion. However, that is precisely where it goes wrong. It shoots for the wrong audience. Dancers will likely love this movie but they are the choir. They know how a dance company works, the back dealing and politics. They don't need this movie. The rest of us don't learn anything, or at least learn just enough to know that professional dancing is a horrible way to live. The dancing was beautiful, including Neve's, although she doesn't look quite as polished as her back ups in the company, but the characters were shallow and you are never given anything to grab onto to care about any of them. The only ones you root for the ones who are injured or fired so they can get out of that horrible horrible place. Such a disappointment on so many levels. The only thing that does come off well is the Joffrey. You actually leave the theater wondering if the Ballet company underwrote the production as a marketing expense.

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Did You Know?


Robert Altman's first foray into High Definition Video.


Alberto Antonelli: ALL THAT... went into this ballet!


When Ry gets out of the bath behind the screen, it's clear she's wearing a body stocking.

Crazy Credits

The title is not shown until the end of the opening credits.


The World Spins
Music by
Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch (as David K. Lynch)
Performed by Julee Cruise
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing
Published by Universal Music Corp. on behalf of Anlon Music Co. / Songs of Universal, Inc. on behalf of OK Paul Music


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