A funny story about three contact-improvisation dancers: Danya from Israel, Renata from Poland and Marcus from Germany who arrive to Jerusalem wanting to express their views on the most important issues by dancing. They perform anywhere - in the streets, in parks and gardens. Will the inhabitants of this multicultural and colorful city appreciate their efforts? Do they need them? The dancers will learn this - but only if they learn to communicate between themselves. The film was made as part of the ‘Jerusalem – Warsaw – Cologne. Triangle Dialogue’ program, produced by The Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing, Poland, ifs Internationale Filmschule Koeln, Germany and The Sam Spiegel Film&TV School, Israel.
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- Paweł Ferdek
- Monika Kotecka
- Rafał Samborski
- Mistrzowska Szkoła Reżyserii Filmowej Andrzeja Wajdy (obecnie: Wajda Studio)
Scriptwriter, documentary filmmaker, globtrotter. A graduate of Warsaw University (International Relations), Akademia Praktyk Teatralnych "Gardzienice" and European film programme EKRAN in Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing.