18th Titanic Filmfestival

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Soul Dance

Hungary, 2009
Directed by:

Director-choreographer of the performance: Yvette Bozsik
Phot.: Marcell Rév
Editor: Mária Czeilik H.S.E.
Music: Philippe Heritier
Cast: Tamás Barkó, Csaba Bruckner, Tímea Fülöp, Eszter Gál, Szabolcs Gombai, Dóra Hasznos, Ferenc Kálmán, Alíz Krausz, Judit Matatek, Gábor Potoczki, Márk Puskássy, Kettle Samantha, Rita Sárai, Tamás Vati, Imre Vágola, Szabolcs Vislóczky
Produced by KraatsFilm – Gábor Hörcher, Marcell Iványi, Millenáris Súdió - György Pálos
Distributor: PROFIL-M, Klára Paszternák
57 mins

A piece of theatre that does not aim at inciting feelings of pity or sympathy, it merely wants to show the infinite possibilities of the limitedness and freedom of the human body and nature. Physically handicapped and intact people join hands in this performance for the experience of artistic discovery and research in an attempt to learn from one another while also re-examining their views of and prejudices about one another.

Soul Dance, an emotional protest-dance of the society, is an individual artistic performance and a collage of scenes portraying everyday healing work. Its meaning is straightforward, plain and comprehensible, jarring and awe inspiring, and also not lacking soft provocation.” (Tamás Halász, Revizoronline)

“The performance is a milestone for the physical and mental unfolding of the participants, and also has a great importance in the reforming of the social view on the handicapped, and the cultural prejudice excluding the ill.” (Katalin Ránky)

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