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Usually, if it’s a one minute dance scene, you can shoot it in one or two hours, but for the movie we’d spend a whole day shooting a dance.That’s a massive difference and it was absolutely exhausting.” Banit said that she is “thrilled” with how the film turned out: “Every single character in it is amazing.I loved every minute of it.” “It’s the best job in the world. I think it was a bit of a pinch-me moment, being in New York City and standing in the middle of Times Square. I’ve been dancing and acting since I was a little kid, so I’m just doing what I love for a job. “I think they’ve done such a good job, it’s so beautiful.
"You're put on a pedestal (at school); you're getting all this praise but then if you don't land a contract there isn't much to show for the last five or six years of your life.
There’s a lot of history between all of them, so the energy on set is magical.” “It’s an incredible movie.
I’m amazing at what the director has created and very proud.
The movie had to be the next level in every regard." After a failed audition for the Australian Ballet Company, at the behest of The National Ballet Company's Artistic Director Madeline Moncur (Miranda Otto), Tara impulsively flies to New York in the hopes of landing an audition.
But the trip sets her off on much larger journey of self-discovery.