In 1961, A Dazzling Rudolf Nureyev Arrives in Paris and Makes a Choice That Changes His Life Forever.
Oleg Ivenko, Ralph Fiennes, Louis Hofmann, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Sergei Polunin, Olivier Rabourdin, Raphaël Personnaz, Chulpan Khamatova
|Screenplay||David Hare, inspired by the book by Julie Kavanagh|
|Produced by||BBC Films, Magnolia Mae Films, Metalwork Pictures, Montebello Productions, Work in Progress|
|R: Restricted||Rated R for some sexuality, graphic nudity, and language.|
|USA version is usually but not always the same as South African release. Versions released on streaming or DVD, Blu-ray or Video may also differ.|
|Suggested age limit
||Positive role models
||Drinking, drugs, smoking
What the Critics say
Laetitia Pople Gans te min dans in (lang) Nureyev-prent.
Ilan Preskovsky There are enough fantastic individual scenes and certainly more than enough talent both behind and in front of the camera to suggest that a recut and remixed version of the White Crow could be something truly special. In this form, though, it’s an aggravating mess that I can’t even cautiously recommend despite all the things that are so, so good about it – of which there are many.
Tomatometer The White Crow lacks the nimble grace of its subject, but as a reasonably diverting primer on a pivotal period in the life of a brilliant artist, it just about sticks the landing.
|Movie Review Query Engine|
Jeffrey M. Anderson Deeply unsympathetic Nureyev biopic has graphic nudity.
What the People say
|The Movie DB|
Average .. 59%