A group of flamenco dancers are rehearsing a very spanish version of the Prosper Merimee's drama. Antonio (the coreographer) falls in love with Carmen (the main dancer). Their story then turns similar to the play.
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Never before has the art of flamenco dance been so pulsatingly sensual. Or a love so treacherously obsessive. In this explosive interpretation of the classic opera "Carmen", the lines between passionate illusion and real life become intricately entwined. Your senses will be aroused like never before. And never again will you see anything like it.
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Publicity for this picture stated: "In our Carmen we have incorporated the dance and music of Spain as a form of living expression parallel to the music of the Opera, submerging ourselves in this mythical character who leads us inexorably through love and jealousy to tragedy". See more
Version of Carmen proibita
Deja de llorar
Written by Paco Cepero
Performed by Marisol See more