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Razzle Dazzle: A Journey Into Dance
Reviewed by: Amber WilkinsonRead Moominkat's film review of Razzle Dazzle: A Journey Into Dance
It seems only fair to firstly talk about the good aspects of this DVD package - namely the care taken over giving access to to disabled film-lovers. Both the feature and the featurettes are fully subtitled, and the film also features SDH subtitling and Hindi subtitles. There is also an excellent audio descriptive track.
Full marks for access, then, but what a shame there's access to so little other than the film. A brisk six-minute Making Of, features the usual suspects from the crew and cast but offers little insight into the process, with the exception of the director revealing that he didn't give the kids a script in advance, so that he could better capture their reactions.
As for the second featurette, Troy Follingtong: Hair And Make Up Artist - it probably took me longer to type that phrase than it will take you to wach the one minutes and 30 seconds he is onscreen. Given the ridiculous runtime - I assume this was originally a webcast - it will come as no surprise that he offers no insight at all into the hair and make up process.
Great film, but not one ounce of razzle dazzle in the DVD extras.Reviewed on: 11 Mar 2008