Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 2007
Rise & Fall of Miss Thang (The)
Pays concerné : États-Unis
Durée : 89 minutes
Genre : drame
Type : fiction

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Starring Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, an internationally renowned tap dancer who was the first female performer in the Tony Award Winning Bring In Da’Noise, Bring In Da’Funk, this documentary tells the story of Dee Miller, a former tap-dancing prodigy who can barely find the energy to braid a few heads at her mother’s beauty salon until a handsome dance instructor and her mother’s gambling addiction jolt Dee out of her lethargy. There’s plenty of tappin’ and neighborhood ambience in this Chicago-made drama directed by Stacie E. Hawkins.


USA, 2007, 1h29min, drame, Anglais.
réal. : Stacie E. Hawkins.



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Rise & Fall of Miss Thang (The)
Starring Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, an internationally renowned tap dancer who was the first female performer in the Tony Award Winning Bring In Da’Noise, Bring In Da’Funk, this documentary tells the story of Dee Miller, a former tap-dancing prodigy who can barely find the energy to braid a few heads at her mother’s beauty salon until a handsome dance instructor and her mother’s gambling addiction jolt Dee out of her lethargy. There’s plenty of tappin’ and neighborhood ambience in this Chicago-made drama directed by Stacie E. Hawkins.


US, 2007, 89mins, drama, English, Stacie E. Hawkins, dir.



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