Matthew Bourne Box Set [DVD] 
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Three major works by modern dance choreographer Matthew Bourne: 'Swan Lake' ( 1996) starring Adam Cooper, Scott Ambler and Fiona Chadwick, 'Nutcracker!' (2003) starring Etta Murfitt, Alan Vincent, Saranne Curtin and Scott Ambler, and 'The Car Man' (2001) starring Alan Vincent, Saranne Curtin, Will Kemp, Etta Murfit and Scott Ambler. Also includes an interview with Matthew Bourne.
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Oh ladies! Send the men out to the pub, (Tell them you're watching Swan Lake. They won't get out the door fast enough!) get the girlfriends/gay mates around, open a bottle of wine and you have the perfect ingredients for the best night in ever.
You don't even have to like ballet as its not strictly ballet. Adam Cooper with his top off for two hours. What more can a girl/gay guy ask? (although he looks pretty sexy in a dinner jacket too!) It's fast become my secret, guilty pleasure. Not so secret now obviously!
Swan Lake comes with two other ballets so you get three for the price. The Car Man is well worth a look but my 7 yo found it a bit bloody. You can't help feeling sorry for the stagehands and wardrobe mistress who has to clean up afterwards!
replace my TV recordings with perfect recordings. Being miserly, I waited for prices to come down and of course this box set suddenly
became unavailable everywhere, except for odd copies at extortionate prices. While sulking and waiting for the three separate recordings of the ballets to come down in price, Amazon advertised the box set at a reasonable price and I immediately bought It.
I suggest you do the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No music and your just sitting there then music on and your up dancingPublished 7 months ago by H C
Bought these for my daughter. These are very much films of stage productions, and as such are quite static and unimaginatively filmed.Published 8 months ago by Gingerdad
Not the fault of the seller, but the only ballet worth the cost is Nutcracker; the other 2 are not good, especially The Car Men. A pity.Published 10 months ago by Richard N. Jones