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Blessed with astonishing power and poise, Sergei Polunin took the dance world by storm and became the Royal ballet's youngest ever principal. At the peak of his success, age 25, he walked away, driven to the brink of self-destruction by stardom - his talent more a burden than a gift. Join Polunin and director Steven Cantor as they discuss this unprecedented look into the life of a complex young man who has made ballet go viral. Urban rebel, iconoclast, airborne angel, Sergei is transforming the shape of ballet as we know it. But virtuosity comes with a high price. How can you be free to be yourself when you are ballet's 'hottest property'?

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  • Queen Rait
    Queen Rait 9 месяцев назад Finally an interviewer who asks good questions and is very respectful. I recently watched a recent interview of Sergei with a very rude woman pushing her own agenda to the interview. This is a breath of fresh air.
  • Niki
    Niki 7 месяцев назад (изменено) Yes, I saw that too. Fortunately the comments under that interview on YT  are very pro Sergei. The woman interviewer was an inappropriate hag and treated this great artist and gentleman as if he were dirt beneath her feet for daring to have a different opinion than her PC world.
  • Queen Rait
    Queen Rait 7 месяцев назад @Niki Exactly. I don't agree with a lot of Sergei's views but if I were to interview him (or anyone) my only goal would be to get data, not interpret it. The viewers should make up their mind on it, it wouldn't be my job to push the conclusion to them. That interview really grated on my nerves and Sergei is a patient man to deal with it without snapping.
  • shalomkitty
    shalomkitty 3 года назад he is such a soulful dude! little wonder he dances with every fibre of his being.
  • Penelope Donado
    Penelope Donado 6 месяцев назад That's a beautiful way to put it: "dances w/every fibre of his being"
  • Patti Billerbeck
    Patti Billerbeck 2 года назад (изменено) I believe that he was meant to come back to dance in order to revolutionize the public interest and access to ballet, and to the conditions dancers have been under in the past; artists should be their own entities and not that of the system, and should be paid what they are worth, having not only put countless hours of their lives into their dance education, but also money their families have had to sacrifice. I have heard him say many times that these things have become important to him due to his experience at the Royal Ballet, and that ballet is out of the reach and sight of the majority of people who will pass it by for other art forms when it's not accessible to them.  He would like dance to become mainstream and not just for the elite.  He could be a strong voice in this since he has lived it and also is a prestigious dancer.  I say go Sergei!!
  • Anne Mahoney
    Anne Mahoney Год назад Patti Billerbeck ol”
  • robin avalyn
    robin avalyn 7 месяцев назад Patti Billerbeck: Indeed! He certainly has reawakened my love of the dance, which had been dormant for a few decades. Thanx for your great comment.
  • Penelope Donado
    Penelope Donado 6 месяцев назад @linda brown ummm---and Nureyev...have to say, this fantastic young man reminds me at so many levels of Nureyev, and not necessarily Baryshnikov, tho I know far less about the latter and am going off impressions only.. And yes, I agree w/your basic premise and this guy is benefiting our world and our youth enormously by breaking that mold!
  • linda brown
    linda brown 6 месяцев назад @Penelope Donado It seems so odd that Misha has almost disappeared. Try watching "Other Dances" to Chopin with ballerina Makarhova--two Imperial dancers schooled by Balanchine, she near the end of her career, he at his prime just after he defected in Canada. Clips from the movie "The Turning Point" spotlight his incredible performances for American Ballet Theater, reprising roles in classical ballets such as Swan Lake and Don Quixote. Or just look at the last act of Don Quixote (ABT, with ballerina Cynthia Harvey) my favorite! Let me know what you think. I would love to talk ballet with someone! Misha described Nureyev as "the whirlwind from the steppes." Why were the Russians so good?
  • Penelope Donado
    Penelope Donado 6 месяцев назад Adding to my own former comment in reply to yours, he himself refers on numerous occasions to the massive amount of work he did as a kid and from then on---the talent was w/o doubt observed as a small child, but the work required to bring that talent to these heights of achievement reflects not only the talent w/which he was gifted.
  • linda brown
    linda brown 6 месяцев назад (изменено) @Penelope Donado Misha said something very similar--huge discipline from the age of 9. His father was a Soviet military man so you can imagine how discipline was valued. Endless hours of practice got him into into the Kirov and under special attention of Alexandr Pushkin. Defecting allowed him to dance Twyla Tharp, Martha Graham, Jerome Robbins, Balanchine. I can't see how he could have wasted a minute dancing all these roles, but you can certainly see tremendous improvement under Balanchine with the extensions, tight spins and unreal leaps he is known for..."we don't have names for some of the movements he did in the air." At the ripe age of 70 he still talks about a "ticking clock" in his brain saying that time for a dancer is so limited, with career essentially over at 35 or 37. Polunin sounds like he wanted to see what was beyond ballet while still young--until he danced "Take Me to Church.." So glad he stayed. I'm not as familiar with Nureyev. What did you like about his dancing?
  • Thor Kris
    Thor Kris 2 года назад This man is an angel.
  • הגר גדליוביץ'
    הגר גדליוביץ' 2 года назад Thor Kris no he's not. That's what makes him so beautiful.
  • casperado666
    casperado666 Год назад he's a talented dancer and an idiot in all other respects
  • Eurico Rocha
    Eurico Rocha Год назад @casperado666 why doe? why is he an idiot and what kind of respects are u reffering to?
  • casperado666
    casperado666 Год назад @Eurico Rocha I am referring to a swastika (or a so called"Kolovrat") tattoed on his belly and to this post in particular: Plz consider that his native country loses one or two soldiers every day who are killed by Russian bombs and snipers. 10.000 Ukrainians have already lost their lives since 2014. So... Yeah. :(
  • Software Proj
    Software Proj 10 месяцев назад @Eurico Rocha Not to mention his recent instagram posts...
  • Bojana Ilic
    Bojana Ilic 9 месяцев назад @casperado666 Kolovrat or Kolovrt means sunwhirl or sunvortex or sun circle, it is very old Slavic symbol that represents a calendar, or cycle of life and death.
  • casperado666
    casperado666 9 месяцев назад @Bojana Ilic Swastika also means sun circle. Kolovrat is used by east slavic neonazis as their own version of swastika. For example this band is a Russian nazi band But well, if you don't want to believe me, i won't make you
  • chima chibi
    chima chibi 9 месяцев назад (изменено) casperado666 Do you think he even knew that when he had it tattooed? I don’t think outside of ballet he’s a very knowledgeable person. Maybe he just does and says what seems ‘cool and rebellious’ to a sensitive teenage boy who yearns to be a ‘real man.’ Those Instagram posts were funny in that he seemed to try very hard to sound like a badass gangsta rapper but with none of their verbal dexterity or street humour. He sounded like someone looking for street cred. Politics is the last thing dreamy boys like him should be involved in but he doesn’t know it because he’s intellectually unsophisticated and has been rather mollycoddled by his artist friends and adoring fans and patronizing Western media. The other thing is maybe he’s been lonely and feeling alienated. He had no sense of belonging anywhere until he found it in nationalist causes which finally made him feel like a part of a larger community.
  • casperado666
    casperado666 9 месяцев назад @chima chibi What you say seems plausible. It might explain why he acts the way he acts, but it doesn't make it right. He's being used by Putin as a symbol of sorts and he lets them do it to him. So I assume there is also a financial incentive behind it. He knows better than anybody else that Russia is killing Ukie people, but he still choses to support the aggressor. Too bad. Such a talent wasted in a political mumbojumbo