The young Nancy Kwan was a cheerful, vivacious and highly educated classical ballet dancer.
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See more exclusive reviews on the Savant Main Page. The biography maintains a personal connection to its subject at all times. Ka Shen's Journey rates: Very Good Sound: Nancy Kwan go her big break when she replaced France Nuyen in Suzie Wong , but the docu does not go into details. The audio is quite good, especially Chris Babida's soothing soundtrack. Excellent Subtitles: That almost seems to come to pass, when To Whom It May Concern integrates into its fabric a Ballet written and choreographed around Kwan's most famous character, Suzie Wong.
The presence of the very special Ms. Trained as a dancer, Nancy instead became famous as an almost instant movie star. Wong at the ancient Cambodian temple recur without seeming an intrusion.
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