Lord of the Dance 3D

Theatrical Release: March 17, 2011
DVD Release: June 28, 2011
Lord of the Dance 3D
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Synopsis

Limited Theatrical Release – Millions of people around the world have been enchanted by Lord of the Dance. Since its premiere in 1996, it has been captivating audiences and critics around the globe and has grossed over ONE BILLION dollars worldwide. However, no one has ever had the opportunity to experience the magic, excitement, and passion by being part of the performance, until now, when LORD OF THE DANCE is released in 3D for one week only on March 17th.

“Lord of the Dance” tells a timeless story based on Irish folklore of good versus evil, and through the media of dance and music it is understood and appreciated by every culture. Now, with unprecedented access to Flatley’s performance, moviegoers will get an unparalleled sense of the scale of the show as never seen before. The spectacular new set design, lighting, special effects and costumes will captivate audiences and fans around the world as they behold the charismatic creator, producer, director and star, Michael Flatley, dominate the stage and experience the movie event of the year.

Dove Review

Get up close and personal with Michael Flatley and his dance troupe in this stunning 3D musical extravaganza. For those of you who haven’t had the privilege of going to see “Lord of the Dance” on stage, you are in for a treat! The 3D experience puts you center stage for this amazing event. The dancing is spectacular as are the costumes and set designs. Love, romance, and good vs. evil are all themes based on Irish folklore in this wonderfully choreographed film that is as emotionally uplifting as it is musically inspiring.

“Lord of the Dance” was filmed in 3D at The O2 Music Center in Dublin, a stunning, new, world class, state-of-the-art entertainment venue.

Dove is pleased to award this film our “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: A single non-lingering kiss.
Language: None
Violence: Dramatic scenery depicting evil beings; a choreographed dance fight-non-graphic
Drugs: None
Nudity: Clinging dance attire; short dance skirts.
Other: None

Info

Company: SuperVision Media
Director: Marcus Viner
Genre: Limited
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: G
Starring: Michael Flatley
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe