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I just read your T&D page and its so true! I just felt i had to say something because its that good! Especially the bit about it being an unfinished fairytale and Jayne saying they were in love for Bolero. just really brilliant thanks so much :)
I must live on a desert island, how else do I explain
my joy at finding this level sensitivity in print?
All I really wanted, though, was discovering the
name of the music piece (other than Bolero) they used
in one of their outstanding choreographies.
I live on remembered beauty.
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I've just stumbled across your post where you said you miss Alberta as Madeline, in this new Nikita. I soo agree! Just not watching the new Nikita, is like a version for pre-teens of that cult series. Well, I thought you could enjoy this YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AllAboutAlberta
That's all :)