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Dancing Lessons tells the story of Sadie Rigal, a Jewish dancer who concealed her identity in Paris during the Nazi Occupation, became a popular performer, resisted, rescued others and survived with grace and daring.
from the back of the DVD
Distinguished Professor Daniel Gerould
"In documenting the life of your mother, Sadie Rigal, as a dancer at the Bar Tabarin during the German occupation of Paris, you brought to life fascinating and previously unknown aspects of resistance to the Nazis by Jews and non-Jews in the French entertainment world...simply as a human drama Dancing Lessons has great power..."
--National Council of Jewish Women
--Graduate School and University Center of the City of New York
--Millenium Film Archives
--JCC of Manhattan
Dramatic Risks, Inc.
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New York, NY 10003
Producer/Director: Mark Waren
Editor: Pavlina Hatoupis
Director of Photography: Kevin Keating
Columbia Gorge Film Festival (2012)
Port Townsend Film Festival (2011)