Isadora (1966), Ken Russell

Isadora

 “I’ll dance my gratitude to you”

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“He was a peasant. A poet of the people enjoying the indulgence of a new regime. He was also an epileptic, a drunkard, a lecher, a layabout and a thief. Isadora found him irresistible. The fact that they couldn’t understand each others languages, didn’t bother them at all.”

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 “Her performances were a disaster. Her private life, a scandal”.

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 “You were once wild here. Don’t let them tame you”.

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“No one came to see her”.

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“The temperature of the studio was more arctic then helenic, lack of fires, thin tunics, and bare feet made stoicism an essencial part of the curriculum”.

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“Adieu, mes amis. Je vais à la gloire!”

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