The Turning Point Trailer

The Turning Point Trailer (1977)

"The generations change. But the choices remain the same." 13 November 1977 Drama, Romance 119 mins

When her daughter joins a ballet company, a former dancer is forced to confront her long-ago decision to give up the stage to have a family.

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Cast

Anne Bancroft

as Emma Jacklin

Leslie Browne

as Emilia Rodgers

Mikhail Baryshnikov

as Yuri Kopeikine

Martha Scott

as Adelaide

Antoinette Sibley

as Sevilla Haslam

Alexandra Danilova

as Madame Dahkarova

Starr Danias

as Carolyn

James Mitchell

as Michael

International Titles

Momento de decisión Trailer

Am Wendepunkt Trailer

Paso decisivo Trailer

Vändpunkten Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 15 April 1978

United States 13 November 1977

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