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Hey Paris!

New Zealand, 1988 (MIFF 1988, Doco-Drama)

Director: Gregor Nicholas

A couple dance rings around our expectations of masculine' and 'feminine', proving there are more twists to gender than you can polka a suck at.

From the director of Bodyspeak and Drum/Sing, a classical narrative based around the pictorial values of film noir, reinterprets through the medium of modern dance

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