Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Last Dance

 

There is no set pattern on how to deal with your grief when you lose a partner.  Each of us deals with it in our own unique way. When it happens to a dancer they have their own way of expressing this, and all the feelings that accompany such a major blow in one’s life.

In this beautiful short and very poignant wordless film the dancer returns to the practise studio for just one last dance.  Be warned however as you may need a box of Kleenex handy for this one.

Directed by Brian Pelletier who also choreographed the piece with the dancers Tom Difeo and  Jonathan Breton

 

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Posted by queerguru  at  09:04

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