One Last Dance (2003 film)

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One Last Dance
Directed by Lisa Niemi
Produced by Lisa Niemi
Rhonda Baker
Patrick Swayze
Screenplay by Lisa Niemi
Starring Patrick Swayze
Lisa Niemi
George de la Peña
Music by Stacy Widelitz
Cinematography Albert J. Dunk
Edited by Claudia Finkle
Production
company
Distributed by Eagle Pictures
Release date
  • April 4, 2003 (2003-04-04)
Running time
101 minutes
Country United States
Canada
Language English

One Last Dance is a 2003 American-Canadian romantic drama film about three dancers in New York City. The film was directed and written by Lisa Niemi, wife of actor Patrick Swayze. One Last Dance starred both Swayze and Niemi, who also jointly produced, alongside George de la Peña in a major role. It was filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

One Last Dance was choreographed by Patsy Swayze, Niemi's mother-in-law and the mother of Patrick Swayze.[1] Niemi, who also wrote the script in addition to directing the film, drew its content from the real-life experiences and struggles of performing artists.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around three dancers who are forced to reconcile their differences and pasts. Travis (Swayze), Chrissa (Niemi), and Max (De La Pena) were three students of master choreographer Alex McGrath, but they had a falling out many years ago over a particularly difficult piece that Alex had choreographed specifically for them. Unexpectedly, McGrath dies. This reunites the three, who agree to attempt the dance piece once more to save his company. In the process, however, they all reopen old emotional wounds that had never properly healed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kelly, Devin (2013-09-18). "Patsy Swayze, mother of Patrick Swayze, dies at 86". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2013-10-06. 

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