A documentary crew takes on the worlds oldest living dance choreographer as their subject. They soon discover his methodology consists mainly of using fear, intimidation and outright physical assault to shape the performance of his dancers. According to the choreographer - Damon DeRivers - this forces them to tap into their primal being, controlled only by their medulla oblongata, their brain stem, or as he likes to call it, "stem dancing." Through interviews with dancers, critics, and historians, the story of this odd little man - why he is the way he is, and why his influence on the world of modern dance is so great - is brought forth.- Written by Anonymous
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