The Snow Queen/King would later be featured in some subsequent productions, including Helgi Tomasson's for the San Francisco Ballet. [36], In 1976, the 28-year-old Mikhail Baryshnikov premiered a new version of the ballet for the American Ballet Theatre, with himself in the title role, Marianna Tcherkassky as Clara, and Alexander Minz as Drosselmeyer. "[101] The New York Times' Stephen Holden also criticized Culkin, calling his performance the film's "only serious flaw", but praised the cinematography as "very scrupulous in the way it establishes a mood of participatory excitement, then draws back far enough so that the classic ballet sequences choreographed by Balanchine and staged by Peter Martins can be seen in their full glory."[102]. [17] This marked the first telecast not only of the Balanchine version but of any staging of the ballet. [41] The presentation was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts, and Baryshnikov himself was nominated for an Emmy for Special Classification of Outstanding Individual Achievement. "[68], Like Maurice Sendak and Kent Stowell's 1983 production for the Pacific Northwest Ballet, they would draw on the original story by E.T.A. Directed by Carroll Ballard, it was released nationwide in the U.S. on Thanksgiving Day, in 1986. Release Dates In doing so, he enlisted the aide of musicologist Roland John Wiley, who had done extensive research on Tchaikovsky's ballets and served as production consultant. They suddenly begin to freefall, and the Prince again becomes a nutcracker. Also, like Vainonen's production, Clara awakes on Christmas morning a young girl again, to find that the fantasy sequences were a dream. Clara, meanwhile, does not throw her slipper at the Mouse King during the battle, but a candleholder instead. In 1999, a comedy version entitled The Nuttiest Nutcracker became the first computer-animated film released straight to video. -----­­----- Wright revised the production in 2001 for the newly renovated Royal Opera House to create an ending in which Clara first believes that she was dreaming her adventures; then in the epilogue, after meeting Hans-Peter again in the real world, she realizes that they actually happened. At one point, Danilova started dancing Clara's variation, in her stocking feet and street dress. In this production, Clara is portrayed by a young girl up until the defeat of the Mouse King, after which the character is transformed into a young woman and performed by an adult dancer for the remainder of the ballet. [31] Nureyev's production adopts many of Gorsky and Vainonen's alterations to the original 1892 version, including casting adult dancers in the roles of Clara and the Prince, eliminating the Sugar Plum Fairy, and having Clara awaken to realize the fantasy sequences were a dream. | He must fight the Mouse King in order to break the spell placed upon him and become a Prince again. In the 2008 staging, romantic interest between Clara and Hans-Peter is more pronounced than in the other versions of this production: they kiss several times. In 1990, American dancer and choreographer Mark Morris began work on The Hard Nut, a contemporary version of The Nutcracker, taking inspiration from the horror-comic artist Charles Burns, whose artwork focuses on the archetypal concepts of guilt, childhood, adolescent sexuality, and poignant, nostalgic portrayals of post-war America. 0:08. Vainonen followed Gorsky in departing from the original 1892 production, particularly in his casting adult dancers in the roles of Clara (called Masha in this production) and the Prince, having them perform the second act Grand Pas de Deux originally intended for the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier (who are omitted from the production altogether), augmenting the role of Drosselmeyer, and concluding the ballet with Masha's realization that the fantasy sequences were a dream. Nazis also feature in this adaptation. 1994 | CC. Both of them were familiar with the 1892 version: .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}, "Ballet Russe passed through San Francisco and one evening I got Alexandra Danilova and Balanchine, then ballerina of Ballet Russe and ballet master respectively, to come to my apartment," recalls Christensen. This production was filmed in 2007 and released on DVD in 2008, both on Blu-ray and regular format; however, the regular format version rapidly went out-of-print. The suite (sans the Miniature Overture and the March) was featured in the popular Disney film Fantasia. Buy Movies. An abridged version of the ballet, performed by the Ballet Russe de Monte-Carlo, was staged in New York City in 1940 by Alexandra Fedorova[4] - again, after Petipa's version.[2][3]. New characters (one of them voiced by Peter O'Toole) are added to the plot. For 2017, the announced contestants were the Australian Ballet's Peter Wright's The Nutcracker, the Dutch National Ballet's The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, the Semperoper Ballet's Nutcracker, the Berlin State Opera-Malakhov's 1999 Nutcracker and the Royal Opera House's 2016 Nutcracker. Just as both are about to hit the ground and presumably be seriously injured or killed, Clara (a young girl again) is jolted awake from her dream. Nutcracker… [32] This production was revived twice by the Paris Opera Ballet in a heavily revised version, in 1988 with Elisabeth Maurin as Clara and Laurent Hilaire as Drosselmeyer and the Prince, and in 2008 with Myriam Ould-Braham as Clara and Jérémie Bélingard in these roles. [103] This version, a dramatic film which uses a new plot, features Brian Cox as Drosselmeyer. The Nutcracker (2010) Synopsis An enchanted nutcracker takes a girl to his magical world of sugarplum fairies and other delights. Originally scheduled to be released during the Christmas holiday season of 2009, it reportedly began showing in European countries as early as February 2009, and was released in the U.S. just before Thanksgiving in 2010. 53. In 2014 it completed its 32-year run at McCaw Hall. Another revival of this version was recorded in 1989, starring Natalya Arkhipova as Clara, not Maria as in the earlier version, and Irek Mukhamedov as the Nutcracker Prince (but not the Nutcracker himself; that role is played by a female dancer, Marisa Okothnikova). The March comes to a sudden halt as host Eddie Albert cracks a nut with a nutcracker that he has beside him on a table.[112]. On New Year's Day, 1965, ABC-TV telecast a one-hour abridgment of Lew Christensen's 1964 version. 3:40. 2019 | CC. Official Sites However, the couple is reunited in reality when Clara's aunt brings "the son of a friend" over to visit for Christmas. When I was fifteen, I danced the Nutcracker Prince. In 1966, Yuri Grigorovich created his own version of The Nutcracker for the Bolshoi Ballet, utilizing many of the changes made by Vasily Vainonen for his 1934 production, including the casting of adult dancers in the roles of the heroine (called Maria rather than Clara in this version) and the Nutcracker Prince, and the omission of the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier. For example, as in the Chemiakin and Grigorovich versions, the Nutcracker first "comes to life" at the Christmas party before Clara's dream begins. View The Nutcracker (2010) photos, movie images, film stills and cast and crew photos on Fandango. The winner, shown on December 23, was the San Francisco version.[115]. The film is set in 1920s Vienna. 9, “It's a Horrible Life”; No. ENTER CITY, STATE OR ZIP CODE GO. The innovation of the musical interpretation attracted Chemiakin. Some institute the changes made by Gorsky and Vainonen respectively while others, like Balanchine, utilize the original libretto. Nutсracker. 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[2] This not only introduced a love interest into the story by making Clara and the Prince adults, but provided the dancers portraying Clara and the Prince with more of an opportunity to participate in the dancing. The use of the new technique afforded moviegoers the chance to see the production in more vivid colors than had been featured in the earlier versions of the production, especially since the Bolshoi Theatre had been recently renovated. [62] Bourne revised the production in 2002, which has since been performed in various locations in Britain and the U.S. Both versions are available on DVD, though the 1977 version is considerably rarer than the 1987 version. I have liked this ballet from the first time I danced in it as a boy when I did small roles in the Maryinsky Theatre production. Although not televised now as often as it used to be, and despite the fact that it was not shot in high definition or widescreen, it retains its status as the most popular telecast of the ballet even today, having become a huge bestseller on DVD especially during the Christmas season. Annual performances now take place at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. The Nutcracker in 3D (released on DVD as The Nutcracker: The Untold Story) is a 2010 British-Hungarian 3D Christmas musical fantasy thriller film adapted from the ballet The Nutcracker. "[12] The company was the first in the U.S. to make the ballet an annual tradition, and for ten years, the only company in the United States performing the complete ballet. With Richard Philipps, Fernanda Dorogi, Kriszta Dorogi, Dániel Mogács. [28] It was previously performed at the Stamford Center for the Arts in Stamford, Connecticut and by the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. For 2012, contestants included the following: the London Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker, Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker!, the Bolshoi Ballet's The Nutcracker, Nutcracker: The Story of Clara, two Mariinsky Nutcrackers (2008 and 2012 respectively), and the San Francisco Ballet's The Nutcracker. It was conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin,[97] who has recently been named Music Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov featured this version in his PBS television series Stories from My Childhood. Avg. In lieu of the Confiturembourg setting for Act II, Tomasson substitutes a Crystal Palace, like the one featured at the 1915 fair. The film was directed by Emile Ardolino, with narration spoken by Kevin Kline. [57] The production has been particularly praised for John Macfarlane's set designs. This production was extremely popular and has been revived in Seattle every year since its premiere. Adults, kids, girls and boys should all find something to thrill them and touch them in Clara’s adventure. Balanchine described the Maryinsky production: how the big doors opened on the tree, the mime of Drosselmeyer, all the details. The U.S. telecast added narration by Shirley MacLaine. The sets and costumes were designed by Julia Trevelyan Oman, inspired by the Biedermeier era of 19th century Europe.[48]. Since Vasili Vainonen's 1934 version in Russia, and Balanchine's 1954 New York City Ballet production, many other choreographers have made their own versions. [69] On the other hand, Stephen Smoliar published a favorable review of the production, in which he said of the Act II Pas de Deux, "Never before have I found such an erotically charged Pas de Deux (in any ballet)", stating that it represents the moment when Masha and the Nutcracker Prince consummate their relationship,[73] and he complimented Irina Golub for "dancing it so passionately". It was chosen the favorite by viewer votes in 2007, 2008, and 2009 in Ovation TV's annual "Battle of the Nutcrackers". In this version, Clara lives in Dr. Sugar's orphanage. It enjoyed huge popularity in New York and has been performed by the New York City Ballet every year since its premiere. In 1994, with sets and costumes first used in its 1954 revival, the Vainonen version was staged again, starring Larissa Lezhnina as Masha, Victor Baranov as the Nutcracker / Prince, and Piotr Russanov as Drosselmeyer. Most of my doubts and worries were put to rest when Kent and I met for the first time early in 1981 in New York City. High resolution official movie posters for The Nutcracker in 3D (2010) Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky In Russia, choreographer Alexander Gorsky staged a new version of the work in 1919 that addressed many of the criticisms of the original 1892 production by casting adult dancers in the roles of Clara and the Prince, rather than children. In 2003, it was telecast on the Bravo channel. "[65], The original production was a success and was brought back to the Sadler's Wells Theatre in 1993 and 1994. The first one, with Alexandra Ansanelli as the Sugar Plum Fairy,[52] was filmed in 2008, and another one, also with Loots, Cervera and Avis, but with Miyako Yoshida as the Sugar Plum Fairy,[53] was filmed in 2009 and also shown in theatres, and was released on DVD in 2010. At the end of Act II, the boat on which Clara and the Prince journey to the Land of Sweets returns to take the Nutcracker and Clara away. Some of Tchaikovsky's music was used. This version was first televised in the New York area only by WNBC-TV in 1977, only two days after CBS first telecast the famous Baryshnikov version. The film stars Keira Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Eugenio Derbez, Matthew Macfadyen, Richard E. Grant, and Misty Copeland, with Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman. Clara ultimately awakens in the orphanage to find him hiding under the covers of her bed, ready to whisk her away for a happily-ever-after ending. This animated film uses generous chunks of Tchaikovsky's music, and is a direct-to-video digitally animated version of the story with, of course, Barbie the doll, released in 2001. This all-new 3D film features a highly-acclaimed cast including; Elle Fanning, Nathan Lane and John Turturro. The Nutcracker (Ballet) (2010) Favorite Movie Button Overview; Movie Times + Tickets; Movie Reviews; Tell us where you are Looking for movie tickets? [1] Although only a small fraction of the complete work, Pavlova's adaptation is significant for being the first time the Journey through the Pine Forest music was used for a pas de deux between a Snow Queen and a Snow King. The production was videotaped for British television in 1968 and is available on DVD. I never intended it to become an annual production, but there you are, it is a tradition now! Rather than a Soldier as in the original 1892 version, it is the Nutcracker that is Drosselmeyer's second life-sized doll. The Hard Nut premiered on January 12, 1991 at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels. "[100] In The Washington Post, Lucy Linfield echoed Ebert's criticism of Culkin, stating that "it's not so much that he can't act or dance; more important, the kid seems to have forgotten how to smile... All little Mac can muster is a surly grimace." For instance, Balanchine used Hoffmann's original name for the heroine, Marie Stahlbaum (rather than Clara Silberhaus as in the 1892 production), and introduced a nephew for Drosselmeyer who appears in the party scene and later as the Nutcracker Prince. The winner, shown on December 21, was The Dutch National Ballet’s The Nutcracker And The Mouse King. This production was nominated for two Emmy Awards. [3] The tradition of performing the complete ballet at Christmas eventually spread to the rest of the United States. In 1986 it served as the basis for the feature film, Nutcracker: The Motion Picture. Russian choreographer Alexander Gorsky, who staged a production of The Nutcracker in Moscow in 1919, is credited with the idea of combining Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy's roles (i.e. Balanchine made some musical edits for his production, adding an entr'acte originally composed for Act II of The Sleeping Beauty (used as a transition between the departure of the guests and the battle with the mice in Act I), moving the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy to earlier in Act II, and excising the Tarantella variation intended for the Cavalier during the Grand Pas de Deux. The Nutcracker in 3D (2010) "Experience the Holiday Classic as You've Never Seen it Before" TMDb Score. Although the original 1892 Marius Petipa production was not a success, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker began to slowly enjoy worldwide popularity after Balanchine first staged his production of it in 1954. The Atlanta PBS stations, for instance, substituted self-help specials from Suze Orman and others, as they often do now during their pledge drives. This 2011 telecast of The Nutcracker has so far not appeared complete online, and has not been released on DVD because Live from Lincoln Center customarily refuses to release its programs on video, due to difficulties involving paying royalties to the various parties involved. The Nutcracker in this version resembles the ventriloquist dummy Jerry Mahoney after coming to life, and turns into, not a Prince, but a shirtless, muscular man resembling Mr. Universe. In the credits, Chemiakin's name is spelled Shemiakin. [7], The production was revived in 1954, and received a special staging at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg (known as Leningrad during the Communist era) to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ballet's premiere in 1992. In 1981, Kent Stowell, artistic director of the Pacific Northwest Ballet company in Seattle, approached children's author Maurice Sendak to design the sets and costumes for a new production of The Nutcracker: "My immediate reaction to the request that I design Nutcracker was negative. To begin with, who in the world needed another Nutcracker? [37] The production premiered at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. in December 1976, and received its New York premiere on May 18, 1977 at the Metropolitan Opera House.[37]. [113][114], In Ovation's 2009 Battle, the competitors were Mark Morris’ The Hard Nut, the London Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker, the Ballet of Monte Carlo's Casse Noisette Circus[55] (Casse Noisette is French for "Nutcracker"), the Bolshoi Ballet's The Nutcracker, and Maurice Bejart's Nutcracker. "[16], This version remained faithful to the original production in its casting actual children in the roles of Marie (Clara) and the Nutcracker Prince, even reconstructing some of the original choreography for the Prince's pantomime and the Grand Pas de Deux for the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier in Act II. This one also used Tchaikovsky's music, but was actually a straightforward full-length animated cartoon, not a ballet film. The Secret of the Nutcracker, a 2007 Canadian made-for-television film which uses some of the ballet characters as well as Tchaikovsky's music, has never been telecast in the U.S., but has been released on DVD. The Nutcracker in 3D (also known as Nutcracker: The Untold Story) is a feature-length musical variation in 3-D on the tale set in 1920s Vienna, featuring John Turturro as the Rat King, Elle Fanning as Mary (rather than Clara) and Nathan Lane as a young Albert Einstein, here known only as Uncle Albert. When she kisses the Nutcracker, he comes to life, but is ashamed of his appearance. Once again, the winner was The Hard Nut. Hoffmann's original storyline in having the Nutcracker actually be Drosselmeyer's nephew (named Hans in this version), and having Clara meet him in real life at the end. About the movie itself: While virtuality all other depictions of The Nutcracker have become the version most people know, the version offered up here by the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company is based on the story as originally told. In December 2004, artistic director Helgi Tomasson staged a new version of the ballet for the San Francisco Ballet set in San Francisco during the Panama–Pacific International Exposition. We hope that our work will find a warm response in the hearts of theatregoers. In addition to annual live stagings of the work, many productions have also been televised and/or released on home video. We used to rely on a touring company to give us a truncated version of this full-length work, a ballet people used to call Nutcracker Suite because people knew the music better than the ballet. I liked him immediately for not wanting me to do Nutcracker for all the obvious reasons but rather because he wished me to join him in a leap into the unknown. In this version, the Prince asks Clara to stay on as his Queen, even telling her "I love you". The plot follows E.T.A. Earn 125 points on every ticket you buy. Get Movies. Barbie Nutcracker Feature Lead Ballerina Doll - Barbie in the Nutcracker new - Mattel - B. Meyecasi. Fandango FANALERT® Sign up for a FANALERT® to find out when tickets are available in … Jika Anda ingin tahu film apa yang memiliki alur cerita yang dapat membuat Anda tertarik salah satunya adalah film The Nutcracker: The Untold Story (2010), film ini adalah salah satu film yang sangat patut Anda tonton, perlu Anda ketahui, film ini adalah film buatan tahun 2010, memiliki alur cerita yang … (However, Barbie appears not as Clara, but as herself. [50] These first two versions of the Wright production are available on DVD. 8, “A Christmas Carol in Hell”). Wright's production, like Balanchine's, incorporates a nephew for Drosselmeyer, named Hans-Peter, but in this production he is actually the Nutcracker Prince, an element featured in the original story by E.T.A. Tchaikovsky's music, especially The Nutcracker Suite, a selection of eight pieces from the complete score, has become extremely popular. The staging was a success, and one critic wrote: "We can't understand why a vehicle of such fantastic beauty and originality could be produced in Europe in 1892 with signal success [sic] and never be produced in its entirety in this country until 1944. Stowell dispenses with the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Confiturembourg setting for Act II altogether, opting instead, according to Sendak, for an exotic port containing a seraglio, in which the Grand Pasha (meant to resemble Drosselmeyer, played by the same performer) has his entourage perform for the couple in honor of their bravery. With Andrei Bolotin, Pavel Dmitrichenko, Morikhiro Iwata, Nina Kaptsova. We let you watch movies online without having to register or paying, with over 10000 movies and TV-Series. Hoffmann story nor in the ballet. Like Nureyev, Baryshnikov adopted many of the changes made by Gorsky and Vainonen, including the casting of adult dancers in the roles of Clara and the Nutcracker Prince, the elimination of the Sugar Plum Fairy while making Drosselmeyer's role more prominent, and a concluding scene in which Clara realizes the fantasy sequences were a dream. Although abridged, this production is notable for being the first time The Nutcracker (beyond excerpts) was performed in America. For 2014, the contestants were Youri Vamos' The Nutcracker: A Christmas Story, the 2000 version of the London Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker, the Bolshoi Ballet's Nutcracker and the Mariinsky's 2012 Nutcracker. Free Shipping by Amazon. [55], In 1992, choreographer Matthew Bourne staged a new version of the ballet as part of a double-bill with Tchaikovsky's one-act opera Iolanta (presented by Opera North) to celebrate the centenary of both works. Directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy. As a departure from the original 1892 production, Grigorovich omits the pantomime that the Prince performs "describing" his defeat of the Mouse King at the beginning of Act II. In 1993, George Balanchine's version for the New York City Ballet served as the basis for a full-length feature film called George Balanchine's The Nutcracker, made by Electra Entertainment and Regency Enterprises. [3], In 1944, Christensen created the first complete production in America with the help of George Balanchine (who would go on to choreograph his own production ten years later) and Alexandra Danilova. The two bluebirds from Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty appear to perform the Dance of the Reed Flutes rather than Sleeping Beauty 's Bluebird Pas de Deux. Hoffmann story for inspiration and incorporated some of the darker aspects of Hoffmann's tale. [1] It may now be the most popular ballet in the world. | It is a retelling of E. T. A. Hoffmann's short story "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" and Marius Petipa's and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker, about a young girl who is gifted a locked egg from her … For 2018, the contestants were the Berlin State Opera-Malakhov's 1999 Nutcracker, the Royal Opera House's 2016 Nutcracker, the Mariinsky's 2012 Nutcracker, the Czech National Ballet's 2017 The Nutcracker and the Cuddly Mouse and the Opernhaus Zurich's 2018 The Nutcracker. And, rather than throwing her slipper at the Mouse King, Clara humorously arranges with the help of the toy soldiers to get the Mouse King's tail caught in a huge mousetrap, thus enabling the Nutcracker to fatally stab him. It is left to the viewer to decide.) Wright even has the dancing dolls at the Christmas party bursting out of pies, as in the 1892 production. A group of friendly animals all live together in a beautiful treehouse in the mountains. The Hard Nut was released on DVD in 2007. [47] Wright departed from the original in the casting of adult dancers in the roles of Clara and the Nutcracker Prince, and omitting Mother Gigogne and her Polichinelles. (The film opens in Vienna, showing … Balanchine also departed from the original production on some points. All customers get FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon . Download The Nutcracker 2010.This is a Dual audio Movie . In the dream sequence, there is an obvious rivalry between the Pasha (Drosselmeyer's dream counterpart) and the Nutcracker Prince as the Pasha tries to get Clara to sit with him, against the wishes of the Nutcracker Prince. The 2011 lineup included the following competitors: the Mariinsky's The Nutcracker, the London Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker, the Berlin State Opera Ballet's Nutcracker, the Bolshoi Ballet's The Nutcracker and Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker!. It is now available on DVD, and has been telecast in the U.S. as part of Ovation TV's annual "Battle of the Nutcrackers". "[73] (In the production, the Grand Adagio of the Pas de deux culminates in a passionate kiss between Masha and the Nutcracker Prince, and at the end of the dance, Masha, with a mischievous smile and a knowing glance, looks around the room as if trying to make sure that the others are preoccupied, then grabs the Prince's hand and runs offstage with him, perhaps to be alone with him in private; one blog has even suggested that at this point the couple makes love for the first time. An additional version, Nutcracker: The Story of Clara, another radical reworking of the ballet, was also telecast. Filming & Production As far as is known, it has never been telecast on U.S. television. The film Nutcracker: The Motion Picture (referred to in the film credits as Pacific Northwest Ballet's Nutcracker) is a feature film based on Kent Stowell's 1983 production of The Nutcracker with sets and costume designs by Maurice Sendak and narration by Julie Harris as the adult voice of Clara. Peter Martins served as choreographer. [46] Together, they created a production that was closely based on the original by Lev Ivanov. For 2013, the contestants once again included the Mariinsky's 2012 Nutcracker, Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker!, Nutcracker: The Story of Clara, and the San Francisco Ballet's The Nutcracker. Jika Anda ingin tahu film apa yang memiliki alur cerita yang dapat membuat Anda tertarik salah satunya adalah film The Nutcracker in 3D (2010), film ini adalah salah satu film yang sangat patut Anda tonton, perlu Anda ketahui, film ini adalah film buatan tahun 2010, memiliki alur cerita yang sangat menarik dan bisa membuat … Balanchine put an end to that with his admonishment, 'No, no, Alexandra, don't try to show him the actual steps. [76] The following winter, it was presented on PBS' Dance in America and subsequently released on DVD.[77]. However, this is not necessarily obvious to viewers of the DVD of this production. "[99] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times criticized the film for not adapting the dance for a film audience and also its casting of Culkin who, he writes, "seems peripheral to all of the action, sort of like a celebrity guest or visiting royalty, nodding benevolently from the corners of shots. Starring: Tony Ail , Nathan Aswell , Cheralynn Bailey and Gary Chalk Directed by: Toshiyuki Hiruma The Nutcracker. All of these invent characters that appear neither in the original E.T.A. Andrei Konchalovsky’s “Nutcracker in 3D,” with Elle Fanning, contains no ballet, but its Christmas-in-Vienna setting is the backdrop for a dystopian fantasy about the Nazis. 2. [34], The first widescreen high-definition revival of the Grigorovich Nutcracker was streamed live to movie theatres in Europe in 2010. PG 1 hr 50 min Nov 24th, 2010 Action, Family, Fantasy, Music. 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