Film: Spielberg finds his rhythm with new take on Bernstein classic

For his first musical, Steven Spielberg has revisited the themes of racial and social integration and the power of mutual respect with an updated West Side Story

12th December, 2021
Film: Spielberg finds his rhythm with new take on Bernstein classic
Ariana DeBose as Anita and David Alvarez as Bernardo in West Side Story, directed by Stephen Spielberg. Picture: Niko Tavernise

West Side Story

Directed by Steven Spielberg

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