In 1976 “Ribatz-Ribatz” was one of the first big success stories for Dominique Bagouet’s newly formed dance company. He was set to become one of the most important contemporary choreographers of his generation but died prematurely in 1992. Former dancers get together to reconstruct Bagouet’s forgotten choreography, painstakingly bringing back to life each step, movement and rhythm. Much more than a film about dance, this is a film about memory and the workings of the mind.
Grand Prix du Film français, FID MARSEILLE, 2003
Ballet / Dance
Idéale Audience / Daphnie