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alleine tanzen| 1hr : 36mins
Director: Biene Pilavci | Producer: Max Milhahn
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: Germany
Subject Tags: ego, europe, germany, healing, identity, relationships, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In Dancing Alone, director and writer Biene Pilavci poses the question, “Can my four siblings and I succeed in building relationships with other people, after many years marked by hatred and extreme violence? Can we succeed even if neither our parents nor their parents were able to?” When she was 12, Biene Pilavci ran away from her violent home and moved to a girl's care home. Today she is 33-years old and have realized that she carries her past everywhere she goes. Dancing Alone is a journey towards understanding. The family’s faith in each other helps them to move on and become exactly what they cannot be: a complete and normal family.

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