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Jennifer BalderamaMany ballet memoirs revel in a sort of martyrdom in service to a calling. In No Way Home we see a man who spent years in blunt defiance of his calling. The result is a bittersweet, uneven but spirited testament to Acosta's prodigious talent: despite it all, when he finally leapt, he flew.
—The New York Times