Let us Dance
French Polynesia, 57 Minutes
Filmmaker: Jacques Navarro-Rovira
Let Us Dance
A young contemporary choreographer living in Tahiti and a young Polynesian dancer take over a dance therapy project and produce a performance which mixes contemporary dance and Polynesian dance. This story follows local dancers and disabled dancers through training and performance, and illustrates the healing power of dance!
The evening of the show comes, the room is packed. The performance is healing, poignant and inspiring. Welcome to a better world.
Two specialized contemporary dancers arrive in Tahiti to conduct a “Masterclass” of dance therapy for disabled people for 3 weeks.
After the departure of the trainers, a young contemporary choreographer from Tahiti and a young Polynesian dancer take over and put on a show that mixes contemporary dance and Polynesian dance with local dancers and especially the disabled people, some of whom are in wheelchairs. rolling. The evening of the show arrives, the room is full. When the show ends, the cards seem redistributed. People with disabilities’ eyes on the world are transcended, suddenly they are part of the world around them. The public’s gaze is transcended, suddenly it is part of the world of people with disabilities.
Welcome to a better world …