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It appears that, at least for the moment, Michael Flatley has found a niche that he is comfortable with and that he intends to carve ever deeper. He accomplishes that purpose handsomely with Feet of Flames. Much of the material in this show is taken directly from Lord of the Dance, but there are a number of impressive additions, including a spectacular combat dancing sequence near the end. Feet of Flames maintains the Celtic slant established by its predecessor and is powerfully performed by a dynamic group of dancers, spearheaded by Flatley's magnificent work. The video itself is far superior to Lord of the Dance in that the constant cut-aways and angle changes have been largely done away with. The production quality is superb and the music breathtaking, particularly in surround sound or with a sub-woofer. As with Lord of the Dance, there is a raw, sensual feel to Feet of Flames that adds to the inherent excitement of Irish Dance. Flatley's flamboyant interpretations and variations on classic moves add to the visual impact. From start to finish, this is an outstanding entertainment event.
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