Three Dancing Slaves Synopsis
Three brothers face turning points in their lives.
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L.A. Weekly

By Ernest Hardy
Stylish, beautifully shot film.
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60

Los Angeles Times

By Kevin Thomas
Although graceful and dynamic, Three Dancing Slaves is none too substantial or original, lacking the edge or complexity of Morel's...
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60

TV Guide

By Ken Fox
No matter that the setting is one of the most picturesque on the planet: cinematographer Jean-Max Bernard's camera would much rather linger...
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50

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Gaël Morel's intermittently poignant study in familial discord isn't quite substantive enough to support its histrionic tendencies.
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50

Village Voice

By Dennis Lim
For those so inclined, this lulling, banal, and rather pleasant film cultivates a mood of zone-out voyeurism. In the absence of a larger...
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

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Pretty insubstantial.
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40

The New York Times

By Lawrence Van Gelder
Mr. Morel's predilection for murky, nearly pitch-black cinematography and spare, elliptical dialogue indicates his debt to filmmakers like...
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25

New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
If the sight of naked, sweaty French hunks gets you going, well, then, Three Dancing Slaves is a must-see.
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