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Human Radio

UK, 2001 (MIFF 2002, Documentary)

Director: Miranda Pennell

Ordinary people dance in private moments of personal abandon in living rooms across London. A cinematographic ode to the beauty, grace and humour of the human body in motion, and the joy of music and dance.

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