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||IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 from votes
||Release: 5 October 2011 (France) /
||Stars: Daizy Blu, Naamah Alva, Philippe Decouflé, Philippe Katerine
||Synopsis: In Crazy Horse, he pulls back the curtain on Le Crazy Horse de Paris, a landmark that has prided itself as "the best nude dancing show in the world" since 1951. Le Crazy Horse sets itself apart from the average strip club by adhering to exacting standards in choreography, lights and physiques. The erotic revue is composed of songs and sequences that blend traits of old-fashioned burlesque, Bob Fosse and Cirque du Soleil, designed not only for the enjoyment of men, but also couples. Written by TIFF
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Crazy Horse (2011) was directed, co-produced, and edited by Frederick
Wiseman. Wiseman is a brilliant director of documentaries. His style is
to show us only what the camera sees. There's never any voice-over or
reference to the filming in any of Wiseman's movies, including this
one. Obviously, he controls what is on the screen by choosing what he
will film, and then choosing what will be cut and what will remain in
the movie. But the film explains itself, without any on-screen or
off-screen commentary from Wiseman.
Crazy Horse is a club in Paris that is billed as having the most
sophisticated nude review in the world. Nudity above the waist is a
given at Crazy Horse. The women are casual about it, and so is Wiseman.
There's some "full frontal" nudity, but it's not emphasized. So, if
this picture were rated, it would probably receive an R.
The movie actually shows very little of what the audience sees. Most of
what we see are the endless discussions and rehearsals that go into
making the show seamless, elegant, and professional.
There are only two members of the staff we get to know well. One is
Philippe Decouflé, the Director. Mostly we see Decouflé's frustration.
He wants to close the show for a few weeks to bring the lighting and
everything else up to date. He's held in check by a woman who
represents "the shareholders." She says, "I agree but they won't buy
it." That's a cop-out-- we know it and she knows it. As far as I could
tell, the club didn't close, and the show may not have met Philippe's
The Artistic Director--whose name I never learned--is, by his own
admission, obsessed by Crazy Horse. He talks on and on about how
excited he is to be doing what he's doing, how important Crazy Horse is
in his life, how he and Philippe work seamlessly together, etc. I found
most of his comments tedious and repetitious, and I think the movie
would have worked better with less screen time for him.
As usual, Wiseman really isn't about wrapping everything up in a tidy
package. There are many scenes that represent fragments of ongoing
processes. We see what Wiseman shows us, and we don't get the entire
sequence from beginning to end. This isn't a good film for someone who
wants an informative scholarly documentary. It's impressionistic and
non-linear. Interesting, but not fully satisfying.
One surprise for me was the respect everyone seems to have for the
women dancers. I somehow had expected that the dancers would be treated
more or less like cattle, but I didn't see this.
Another surprise was the gentleness with which prospective dancers were
treated at audition. One of the rules of Crazy Horse is that the women
should be indistinguishable--the same height, slender, with small- to
medium-sized breasts and long legs. So, of course, the women auditioned
nude from the waist up. But the attitude of the woman in charge of the
audition was friendly and cheerful, and definitely not demeaning. (You
could argue that auditioning when your breasts are exposed is
inherently demeaning. However, when you are auditioning for a nude
revue, modesty simply can't be factored in.)
This wasn't a great film, but I thought it was worth seeing. (I think
all Wiseman documentaries are worth seeing--he's a genius.) We saw
Crazy Horse on a large screen at the excellent Dryden Theatre in
Rochester, but it will work as well on DVD.
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, Naamah Alva
, Philippe Decouflé
, Philippe Katerine
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