|See How They Dance|
|Directed by||Claude Miller|
|Produced by||Patrick Godeau|
|Written by|| Claude Miller|
|Music by||Vincent Segal|
|Cinematography||Gérard de Battista|
|Edited by||Véronique Lange|
See How They Dance (French : Voyez comme ils dansent) is a 2011 French drama film directed by Claude Miller.
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