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Film Review - Fancy Dance


Co-writer/director Erica Tremblay is a documentarian turning to a more dramatic endeavor with “Fancy Dance.” She explores the experience of Native American concerns and reservation life, with specific interest in a missing persons case and its connection to a cultural event and family issues. A minor mystery brews in the screenplay (co-written by Miciana Alise), which delivers a compelling examination of growing despair as characters hunt for answers. However, the big draw of “Fancy Dance” is its human side, with Tremblay striving to maintain focus on all the fragile feelings in play. There’s not a major sweep of suspense in the film, but the picture does have its moments of investigation and confession, and a talented cast is more than capable of bringing the material to life, even during its clumsiest scenes. Read the rest at


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