In this cinema verite-inspired short, form and movement become haunting testimony for an elderly Japanese woman who can no longer dance in a local festival.

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In this cinema verite-inspired short, form and movement become haunting testimony for an elderly Japanese woman who can no longer dance in a local festival.

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festival | dance | women | japan | aging | See All (5) »

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remember me... I was a dancer

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24 September 2005 (USA)  »

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$4,000 (estimated)
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The film was born during a return trip to a northern Japanese community where writer/director Jason Whiton lived for many years. See more »

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