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Flamenco at 5.15

Canada, 1983 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Cynthia Scott

The extraordinary dancer, teacher and choreographer,Susana, and her husband, Antonio Robledo, come from Spain to teach flamenco to Canadian ballet students. "You must put your whole being behind it and it will be like a beam of light into other people"

ACADEMY AWARD 1984, Documentary Category

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