TIFF 2011: Peek Behind The Curtain Of A Paris Cabaret Club With The Trailer For CRAZY HORSE

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TIFF 2011: Peek Behind The Curtain Of A Paris Cabaret Club With The Trailer For CRAZY HORSE
Sure to get tongues wagging, Frederick Wiseman's Crazy Horse offers audiences an all access look behind the scenes of the infamous Paris nightclub of the same name.

Documentary master Frederick Wiseman (La Danse, Boxing Gym) spent ten weeks exploring the legendary Parisian cabaret club Crazy Horse, which boasts the greatest and most chic nude dancing in the world. Founded in 1951, the club has become a Parisian nightlife "must" for any visitor, ranking alongside the Eiffel tower and the Louvre. Wiseman‟s impeccable eye allows us to enter into this intriguing international temple of the Parisian club world and to discover what makes the Crazy Horse tick: elegance, perfectionism and a grueling schedule. The film follows the rehearsals, backstage preparations and performances for a new show, Désirs.
The first trailer for Wiseman's latest has arrived and while it's in French most won't be looking at it for the dialogue, if you catch my meaning. Check the trailer below.
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