Linda Atkinson and Nick Doob's 2004 documentary lovingly profiles Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade, iconic figures in the world of dance and theater who've been spouses and professional partners for more than half a century. (They met while performing in the 1954 Truman Capote/Harold Arlen/Peter Brook musical House of Flowers.) Clips show them working both together and separately over the years, sometimes alongside such artists as Alvin Ailey and Josephine Baker; there are also scenes from The Wiz, Holder's Broadway hit as a director-designer. Still active well into their 70s, the elegant De Lavallade and flamboyant, deepvoiced Holder hold forth in settings that range from the streets of Paris and New York to the beaches of Holder's native Trinidad. 79 min.
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