Dance and film combine to striking effect in this collection of six films that seek to explore the common ground shared by the two powerful art forms. Films were chosen from festivals throughout Europe and North America and include Reines d'un Jour, Measure, Rest in Peace, A Village Trilogy, Cornered, and Contrecoup.
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Dance For Camera based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The 1st movie is a surprise to me. The scenes, the bulls & the devotion (is it passion?) of the dancers. If you prefer pop dance/latin dance, this movie might be quite boring for you. But if you are a dancer or a movie fan, you might find these movies inspirative. I must say I don't quite understand the gestures of some of the dancers. What did they want to tell? I don't think they are particularly technically outstanding. But the visual effects are very special. The music from A VILLAGE TRILOGY - I like very much on first hearing it, the piano solo. The black & white & the scenes - I like them. CONTRECOUP - I like the latin music. Though I don't quite get what the movie is trying to say. This movie is about visual effects. I watched it late at night & fell asleep, partly because some movies are long & boring, boring in the sense I don't understand, & partly because I stayed up late for the whole week. Would recommend it, but better watch it when you are not so sleepy.