Violeta is a ballet dancer in a small town theatre. Her mother is a singer and her father plays the violin. She spends her childhood behind the stage. Her mother leaves her father to make a...
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Violeta is a ballet dancer in a small town theatre. Her mother is a singer and her father plays the violin. She spends her childhood behind the stage. Her mother leaves her father to make a career and she stays with him. Thanks to him her love for ballet turns into a passion and devotion to art. Time goes by and she keeps waiting for her big night on stage. Men in her life show no understanding. She lives alone. Her daily life is marked by hardship, doubt, despair. When finally the opportunity for her comes to play Odette in The Swan Lake, she knows she won't be able to handle it. Yet, she finds strength within herself to go for it. Art, after all, is what her life is all about. Written by
Georgi Djulgerov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Magnificent story concerning everyone's existence.That's a real and horrifying example of what's the limit of man's possibilities,who is making the choice and who's the obligation of hard working without being approved and understood by the others.It was very hard for me to believe that it is only the pain and unhappiness which persist and the love and happiness are temporary and illusory. If there is a light upon the tunnel how to reach it?Neighter the human relationships are valuable,nor the talent at all,although there wasn't any suggestion of prodigality.A life and how to live or how not to live it.If it was the recipe of one individual it may be the way of living for the others also.But the question why arises.If our existence appears to be a chain of pain and endurance what is the prise?May be the God's love or only a few of unhealthy self esteem....
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