Stills

I finished this thing I have been editing since forever so here’s some stills (that don’t reveal much). It’s about a traditional dance called Tsakonikos, that is performed in the Peloponnese. The dancers’ line twists and turns in a snakelike manner, forming different paths. Supposedly this has mythological roots and refers to either the snake of Apollo or the effort of Theseus to navigate Mino’s labyrinth.

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