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Tchaikovsky s, swan Lake ballet by a prestigious New York City company. Everything about classical ballet lends itself to excess. The Red Shoes " (1948) coming into mind. They hug and chatter like sisters. Yet it demands from its performers years of rigorous perfectionism, the kind of physical and mental training that takes ascendancy over normal life. Nina dances in a company at New York's Lincoln Center, ruled by the autocratic Thomas Leroy (. The plot revolves around a production. With ripped cuticles, shattered toenails, and feet transforming into webbed flippers, the film is guaranteed to elicit groans and winces, building to a truly nightmarish image of self-harm best seen without prior warning. The other actors are like dance partners holding her aloft. The tragedy of Nina, and of many young performers and athletes, is that perfection in one area of life has led to sacrifices in many of the others. It centers on a performance.