The Eighties Trailer

The Eighties Trailer (1983)

02 October 1983 Factual, Music 86 mins

All of the time and effort put forth to stage a musical is chronicled here in this bright and funny French outing. The story is set at a shopping mall where people audition for an upcoming show. Afterwards, they are seen going through the grueling routines of learning the music and rehearsing.

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United States 02 October 1983

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