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Danse carrée (1961)

| Animation, Short

Director:

René Jodoin
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Exactly What the Title Suggests
22 August 2006 | by winglmuiSee all my reviews

Dance Squared is a whirlwind of dancing squares, rectangles and triangles moving in beautiful patterns to a piece of folk dance music which, I believe, was recorded live at a folk festival in Canada many years back.

The movie's premise is very basic. Shapes move around the screen, combining with each other and breaking apart to form red squares, blue triangles and yellow rectangles. These individual shapes dance throughout the movie in patterns that resemble various folk dances as seen from above. Of course, being animated and simple figures, they can move much faster than a human being---on average, I believe that the shapes move at twice a normal dancer's speed---making this movie very exciting to watch.


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