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????? ???????? ????????? ??. What I find most enjoyable about this choreography is not the choreography itself or the electric energy radiating around the room, but the fact that the choreography actually correlates to the song. So many times I'm watching a video with dance that appears to have nothing to do with the song, whereas this choreography is a clearly reflection of the music. Bravo, really hope T-Pain sees this. And then we danced. YouTube. Another win for the georgian gays.
A passionate tale of love and liberation set amidst the conservative confines of modern Georgian society, AND THEN WE DANCED follows Merab, a devoted dancer who has been training for years with his partner Mary for a spot in the National Georgian Ensemble. The arrival of another male dancer, Irakli?gifted with perfect form and equipped with a rebellious streak?throws Merab off balance, sparking both an intense rivalry and romantic desire that may cause him to risk his future in dance as well as his relationships with Mary and his family.
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And Then We Danced Film poster Directed by Levan Akin Written by Levan Akin Starring Levan Gelbakhiani Bachi Valishvili Ana Javakishvili Music by Zviad Mgebry Cinematography Lisabi Fridell Edited by Levan Akin Simon Carlgren Production company French Quarter Film Release date 16?May?2019 ( Cannes) 13?September?2019 (Sweden) Running time 105 minutes Country Sweden Georgia Language Georgian Box office 185, 282 [1] And Then We Danced is a 2019 Swedish-Georgian drama film directed by Levan Akin. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. [2] 3] It was selected as the Swedish entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards, but it was not nominated. [4] 5] Screening of the film in Georgia sparked protests, due to the story about a gay love affair. [6] Premise [ edit] Merab (Levan Gelbakhiani) has been training at the National Georgian Ensemble with his partner Mary (Ana Javakhishvili. However, when Irakli (Bachi Valishvili) arrives, he becomes both his rival and strongest desire. Cast [ edit] Levan Gelbakhiani as Merab Ana Javakishvili as Mary Anano Makharadze Bachi Valishvili as Irakli Giorgi Tsereteli as David Ninutsa Gabisonia Tamar Bukhnikashvili as Teona Critical response [ edit] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 93% based on 14 reviews. [7] The film also won the Grand Prix, decided by the audience, as well as the Best Film and Best Actor awards, decided by the international jury, at the 10th Odesa International Film Festival in July 2019. [8] In August 2019, Levan Gelbakhiani won the Heart of Sarajevo Award for Best Actor at the 25th Sarajevo Film Festival. [9] In October 2019, the film won the Best Feature Film Award at the 2019 Iris Prize Festival. [10] It tied with Aniara for most awards at the 55th Guldbagge Awards, winning 4 awards including "Best film. 11] Screenings and protests [ edit] Georgian police reinforcement at the second protection line during the premiere. Ultra-conservative and pro-Russian [12] groups threatened to cancel the screening of the film in Tbilisi and Batumi, Georgia. [13] Head of the Children Protection Public Movement Levan Palavandishvili, pro-Russian businessman Levan Vasadze, head of Russian Yevgeny Primakov Foundation in Georgia, Dimitri Lortkipanidze, and the leader of ultra-nationalist movement Georgian March Sandro Bregadze announced they would go to the cinemas to not allow the showing of the film "which is against Georgian and Christian traditions and values and popularises the sin of sodomy. 14] The director of the film, Levan Akin responded to the threats, saying "It is absurd that people who bought tickets need to be brave and risk getting harassed or even assaulted just for going to see a film. I made this film with love and compassion. The Georgian Orthodox Church disapproved the film premiere but also stated that “church distances itself from any violence. ” [14] On 8 November 2019, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia mobilized police troops at Amirani Cinema and nearby territory and placed special riot police troops nearby territory of Philharmonic Hall. Police officers surrounded the entrance to the building of Amirani Cinema. [15] Later that day several hundred members of Georgian March attempted to break the police cordon and forcibly enter the building of Amirani Cinema, but were stopped by the police. [16] The protesters wore masks and used pyrotechnics. [17] Despite the attempts, all screenings of the film took place as planned. [18] The police detained two persons and accused them of violating Article 173 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of Georgia (disobedience of lawful order of a police officer) and Article 166 (hooliganism. 19] One of the leaders of the Republican Party of Georgia, Davit Berdzenishvili, was attacked by the protesters. [20] Civil activist Ana Subeliani was also heavily injured in a clash with protesters and transferred to a hospital. [21] See also [ edit] List of submissions to the 92nd Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film List of Swedish submissions for the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film References [ edit] External links [ edit] And Then We Danced on IMDb.
Yyelaze mgrra well/??????. AWARDS 2:18 AM PST 1/21/2020 by Courtesy of Cannes Film Festival 'And Then We Danced' Levan Gelbakhiani took best actor at Sweden's Guldbagge Awards for his debut in Levan Akin's drama, playing a gay ballet dancer in the nation of Georgia. Levan Akin's And Then We Danced, a gay coming-of-age tale set in the ballet scene in the staunchly conservative and still very homophobic country of Georgia in Eastern Europe, has won best film at the Guldbagge Awards, Sweden's top film honor. Levan Gelbakhiani took best actor for his debut role as a performer in the National Georgian Ballet who is thrown off balance by his growing attraction to a fellow male dancer. Akin also picked up a Guldbagge for best screenplay, and the film won best cinematography for Lisabi Fridell. Best directing honors, however, went to Pella Kagerman and Hugo Lilja for Aniara, an experimental sci-fi drama based on the poem of the same name by Harry Martinson. Aniara stars Emelie Garbers and Bianca Cruzeiro took the Guldbagge for best actress and best supporting actress, respectively. The film's VFX team of Arild Andersson, Per Jonsson and Andreas Wicklund won for best visual effects. Swedish star David Dencik ( Chernobyl, McMafia) picked up the best supporting actor honor for his portrayal of Sture Bergwall, aka Thomas Quick, in Mikael Hafstrom's based-on-a-true-tale thriller The Perfect Patient, about a mentally ill man who falsely confesses to being a serial killer. The 2020 Guldbagge Awards were handed out in Stockholm on Monday night.
And Then We Danced - Movie Trailers - iTunes. Music Box Films and IndieWire just released the US trailer for And Then We Danced. Enjoy! ?? US release February 7. #andthenwedanced “As Western queer cinema struggles to find its voice in the rapidly evolving independent film landscape, international queer films can still pack a punch. Case in point: “And Then We Danced, ” a queer coming-of-age drama that has provoked violent protests in Tbilisi, Georgia, where it was filmed. Though it didnt make the short list for Best International Feature (it was Swedens official pick for the award) the film is getting a U. S. theatrical release in February. With its gorgeous cinematography and compelling queer story, “And Then We Danced” will make a nice Valentines Day pairing with “Portrait of a Lady on Fire. ””.
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I love this song so much, omg <3. These film is just amazing. Just watch. Because these film is about strong people. How strong you are when you love yourself whatever you are. Nunca llego primero a nada : v.

?????? ????? ???????? ?????? ?? ?? ?????? <3 ???????? 3:30 ??????????. May 18, 2019 3:42AM PT A young dancer tries to make sense of his same-sex desires within Georgian society's oppressively conservative boundaries. In an equitable world, Levan Gelbakhiani, the lead actor in the Tbilisi-set “ And Then We Danced, ” would be thrust to stardom for his extraordinary performance as a dancer who finally acts on his gay desires. But this is far from an equitable world, and though the uneven film is likely to get significant attention on the arthouse scene, it will require several visionaries to realize the international potential of a young Georgian actor-dancer with a gift for captivating the screen. Following its launch in Directors Fortnight at Cannes, writer-director Levan Akin s third feature should easily leap beyond the LGBT ghetto and find love among multiple demographics. But as in Akins first film, “Certain People, ” the script here too often slips into cliché, yet the filmmaking skills are frequently exceptional and Gelbakhiani is riveting. Akin goes to great lengths to ensure that audiences unfamiliar with Georgian customs appreciate just how formalized and conservative traditional Georgian dance can be in a country not exactly known for socially liberal leanings. When first seen in the studio, Merab (Gelbakhiani) is berated by instructor Aliko (Gogidze) for not being formulaic enough: His eyes are too playful, his posture too soft. “There is no sex in Georgian dance! ” thunders the brooding ballet master, but just at that moment in walks Irakli (Bachi Valishvili) a new student who immediately captures Merabs eye. Dance is in Merabs DNA: His separated parents Teona (Tamar Bukhnikashvili) and Ioseb (Aleko Begalishvili) and grandmother (Marika Gogichaishvili) were all professionals, though their moments in the sun were brief, and his troublemaking brother David (Giorgi Tsereteli) is also at the school, despite lacking the same sense of vocation. Hard-working Merab is drawn to impish Irakli, a rule-breaker who easily raises Alikos hackles, and the two are occasionally paired in male duets whose macho nature is subverted by Merabs feelings of attraction. Upcoming national auditions increase tension, so a break for the troupe at the countryside house of Merabs dance partner Mary (Ana Javakishvili) is a welcome chance for everyone to let off steam, with the help of alcohol. Late at night, Merab and Irakli find themselves alone, and a shirtless Merab tosses on a woolly white papakha hat as he dances to Robyns “Honey, ” with its deliciously provocative line, “Come get your honey. ” Its an outstanding scene, showcasing Gelbakhianis bewitching screen presence and joy-giving dance moves, yet just at the moment when the viewer is eager to let the scene play out to the end of the song, Akin inexplicably cuts away, undermining the build-up. Later, when the two young men finally make love, the act opens up a floodgate of emotions for Merab, who cant think of anyone else but Irakli. Hovering over his passion is the cautionary story of a former dance school pupil, now an object of ridicule, whose coming out was the start of a fast decline leading to a life of hustling on the streets. Thats what Mary is terrified will happen to Merab as she watches her friend, once a potential boyfriend, open himself up to desires that pit him headlong against the countrys very conservative traditions. Mary (sympathetically played by Javakishvili) is but one of several underwritten characters whose stereotyped function ? in her case, as the hesitant but ultimately supportive female friend ? cries out for at least a bit more development to avoid the sense that weve seen this figure far too many times. David too is a cliché throughout most of the film, his gift for screwing up rather loosely drawn, but then almost at the end, Akin includes a scene between the two brothers of rare emotional depth that highlights even further the dissonance between the expertly conceived moments and their weaker counterparts. The director, born in Sweden to Georgian parents, has stated that he developed his story following numerous interviews with gay Georgians, and while theres no arguing the truth of the situations, the script needs sharper writing to translate commonalities into a fresher, more trenchant storyline. That said, its important to add that for audiences less familiar with the robust back catalog of coming-out stories, “ And Then We Danced ” is certain to touch many receptive chords. This goes beyond the basic truths of the narrative, with its predictable trajectory, and can firmly be ascribed to the films exceptional technique and exciting lead actor. Gifted as both a thrilling dancer and a nuanced actor, Gelbakhianis magnetic presence goes a long way toward papering over some of the more timeworn plot elements (an injured foot subplot, for example, is especially unnecessary) and the film should make audiences clamor for more vehicles that feature his seemingly effortless ability to radiate joy. Also deserving significant praise is the visual language Akin crafts through his collaboration with cinematographer Lisabi Fridell (“Something Must Break”) whose marvelously fluid camerawork elides with the emotional states of protagonists and audience. For example, during a scene at a party toward the end, the camera glides through the rooms, fixed on Merab in a moment of crisis, and then loses him only to seamlessly find him through a window, one floor below on the street. Its a masterful shot, quietly bravura without calling attention to itself. Editing is also a strong suit, apart from that frustrating cut during the Robyn song. After three weeks in theaters, Sonys “Bad Boys for Life” is officially the highest-grossing installment in the action-comedy series. The Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-led threequel has made 291 million globally to date, pushing it past previous franchise record holder, 2003s “Bad Boys II” and its 271 million haul. The first entry, 1995s “Bad Boys, ”. The BAFTA film awards have kicked off in London, with Graham Norton hosting this year at the Royal Albert Hall. The awards will be broadcast on the BBC in the United Kingdom and at 5 p. m. PT on BBC America. “Joker” topped the nominations with 11 nods, while “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, ” and. “1917, ” Sam Mendes World War I survival thriller, has taken an early lead at the 73rd British Academy of Film and Televisions Film Awards with four wins so far. “1917” took the first award of the evening, the Outstanding British Film Award, where it was the clear favourite in the category against fellow nominees “Bait, ”. Every summer, more than 1, 000 teens swarm the Texas capitol building to attend Boys State, the annual American Legion-sponsored leadership conference where these incipient politicians divide into rival parties, the Nationalists and the Federalists, and attempt to build a mock government from the ground up. In 2017, the program attracted attention for all the wrong. Box office newcomers “Rhythm Section” and “Gretel and Hansel” fumbled as “Bad Boys for Life” remained champions during a painfully slow Super Bowl weekend. Studios consider Sundays NFL championship a dead zone at movie theaters since the Super Bowl is the most-watched TV event. This year proved no exception. Overall ticket sales for the weekend. Ahead of tonights BAFTA Awards in London, Amy Gustin and Deena Wallace, co-directors of the British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) discuss how they shook up their awards voting mechanisms to become more inclusive of a wider variety of films and filmmakers.? BIFA is different from other awards bodies in its process as well as its. A wide range of Scandinavian films, including the politically-charged Danish drama “Shorta, ” the supernatural Icelandic drama “Lamb” with Noomi Rapace, and the Finnish-Iranian refugee tale “Any Day Now, were some of the highlights at this years Nordic Film Market. They were presented, along with 13 other films in post-production, as part of the Work-in-Progress section.


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Ok that's it, I need a Korean Step up movie like now. Critics Consensus Led by an outstanding performance from Levan Gelbakhiani, And Then We Danced defeats prejudice with overwhelming compassion. 92% TOMATOMETER Total Count: 24 89% Audience Score User Ratings: 53 And Then We Danced Ratings & Reviews Explanation Tickets & Showtimes The movie doesn't seem to be playing near you. Go back Enter your location to see showtimes near you. And Then We Danced Videos Photos Movie Info A passionate tale of love and liberation set amidst the ultraconservative confines of modern Georgian society, AND THEN WE DANCED follows Merab, a devoted dancer who has been training for years with his partner Mary for a spot in the National Georgian Ensemble. The arrival of another male dancer, Irakli-gifted with perfect form and equipped with a rebellious streak-throws Merab off balance, sparking both an intense rivalry and romantic desire that may cause him to risk his future in dance as well as his relationships with Mary and his family. Rating: NR Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Feb 7, 2020 limited Runtime: 113 minutes Studio: Music Box Films Cast News & Interviews for And Then We Danced Critic Reviews for And Then We Danced Audience Reviews for And Then We Danced There are no featured reviews for And Then We Danced because the movie has not released yet (Feb 7, 2020. See Movies in Theaters And Then We Danced Quotes News & Features.
Masterpiece with true story of current state of country Georgia. Religious country and stigma of being gay. Love, attraction and public hate. This film deserves an Oscar.
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