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)
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  • Neve Campbell in The Company (2003)
  • Malcolm McDowell at an event for The Company (2003)

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22 May 2004 | desperateliving
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Some of the dances are tiny religious experiences. The film doesn't look nearly as good as some of Altman's others, but there are flashes of awesome beauty: a topless male dancer alone in a room with golden beams of light, and Neve Campbell in her bath. The movie looks at the queeny pretensions of the boys (and their fathers), the dancers' sex lives (who are more '60s than their instructor knows), and the company leader, played by Malcolm McDowell, whose occasional flakiness is caught by one black dancer. I couldn't help but think of McDowell as an Altman self-criticism: an elderly director working with small budgets, prone to artiness, who champions art as being organic, who rounds up a large crew of performers and calls them "babies." The day-in-the-life shapelessness of the movie didn't at all bother me, though one character, who asks to stay in a dancer's apartment, is dropped pretty quickly. And James Franco is in it. 9/10

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