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A traditional youth Chechen dance group dances to blur and forget the fear and the tragedy of a whole country at war. The film- maker follows the children as they prepare for and embark on a successful European tour, but he comes back in Chechnya again and again. In Grozny, where the sky is black for the bombings and the mines shatter the streets, frightening innocent people. Dancing is more than a mere wish, in fact it becomes a need for these young dancers, for they use the art as a form of survival.Thanks to their outstanding trainer and mentor, Ramzan Akhmadov, these young people discover confidence and dignity through dance, travelling all over Europe; “here’s heaven”, as one of them cries out, during a performance at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and at the Royal Opera House in London. In the end, the children come back home to their survived parents: there is no chance for a normal and quiet life, everybody must carry the heavy burden of a tragic destiny.
Jos de Putter directed: in 1993 Het is een schone dag geweest (It Was a Lovely Day), Solo, de wet van de favela (Solo, the Fave- la’s Law) in 1994, Nagasaki Stories in 1996, The Making of a New Empire e Zikr (ism Clara can Gool) in 1999, Noch zijn ezel (Nor His Jackass) in 2000.
Netherlands , 2002, 75'
Jos de Putter
poverty, Journey/Travel, Geographic Areas And People, war