Strictly Ballroom Blu Ray

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From Baz Luhrmann – the director of the award-winning hits Romeo and Juliet and Moulin Rouge! – comes Strictly Ballroom... the hilariously funny romantic comedy that's sure to leave you laughing, cheering and feeling great! It's the magical story of a championship ballroom dancer who's breaking all the rules, and his ugly duckling dancing partner. Together they make their dreams come true! You're sure to enjoy this exhaustively funny comedy as it dances and soars its way straight into your heart. Critics everywhere fell madly in love with this big-screen treat – and... so will you! And, as an added bonus, this special edition includes Samba To Slow Fox, the entertaining documentary that inspired Strictly Ballroom. [show more]

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Released
07 November 2011
Directors
Actors
Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
94 minutes 
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5039036049375 
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play.  From Baz Luhrmann--the director of the award-winning hits Romeo & Juliet and Moulin Rouge!--comes Strictly Ballroom… the hilariously funny romantic comedy that’s sure to leave you laughing, cheering and feeling great. It’s the magical story of a championship ballroom dancer who’s breaking all the rules, and his ugly duckling dancing partner. Together they make their dreams come true.

This film was the surprise hit of 1992, playing for months in London cinemas. Paul Mercurio plays Scott, a talented dancer with a streak of individualism that does not endear him either to his partners, the judges of the Pan-Pacific Grand Prix, or his ambitious dance tutor mum. Frumpy Fran (Tara Morice) is the only woman who will partner him, and she utilises her Spanish background to bring heart, soul and pasa doblé rhythm to Scott's ambitious style.