We will be white bones by sunset,
Brushed by the wind of mortality...”
A bamboo grove for a labyrinth. Isolation. Survival.
Pál Frenák's new choreography looks beyond the laws of physics, into the dimensions of the soul. It is based on his own experiences while in Japan on a Villa Kujoyama Grant, as well as on Alain Resnais's cultic film, Hiroshima, My Love. Like the film, Frenák looks at social and global problems through the lens of human relations. Are we treating our world responsibly? Is there a hope, or will humanity continue to devour itself again and again?
Sponsored by: NKA
Presented by: CAFe Budapest, National Dance Theatre
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