PG-13 | | Documentary, Music
Follows the plight of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Also investigates the history of the show and the creative minds behind the original and current incarnations.
Although this film is classified as a documentary, Charlotte d'Amboise, one of the stars of the revival of A Chorus Line, told Playbill Magazine that several scenes in the film, including the ones in which she and Jessica Lee Goldyn get phone calls informing them that they have been chosen for the cast, were staged - recreated for the documentary cameras. d'Amboise said that when they filmed her pretending to receive the news that she'd been cast, there was actually no one on the other end of the phone line with her.
Baayork Lee (Herself):
The version being sold on iTunes appears to be edited for language. Several instances of the word "fuck" have been re-dubbed with the tamer "frick", and other instances have just been poorly edited out. Strangely though, not *all* instances of the word have been expunged, so it's curious why some have been removed and not others. The version on the DVD remains completely uncut.
$68,504 19 April 2009