Cuban identical triplets Angel, César and Marcos are top young students at Cuba's world-famous National Ballet School. To Dance Like a Man follows them as they are poised to begin their dancing careers.
Filmmaker Sylvie Collier was granted extraordinary, unlimited access to the school, and backstage at the Grand Theatre, allowing her to film the boys as they train in the robust and expressive style that distinguishes Cuban ballet. Her film provides a child's eye view on determination and the hunger for success, within in the context of contemporary Cuba, a country with an outsize international role in arts and culture.
"Charming!" - Dance Studio Life
"Fabulous! The boys couldn't t have been better subjects. How miraculous that they are not only photogenic, but talented, devoted, yet still child-like. A wonderful film!" - Dancing Times