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And Then We Danced
Tom Social is helping to kick off another year of the Brisbane Queer Film Festival at the Opening Gala Night on Friday.
We’ll be seeing the Georgian film, ‘And Then We Danced’ at New Farm Cinemas.
Meet us in the foyer for a complimentary drink at 6.30pm before the show at 7pm.
<strong>Tickets are $19.50 (includes ‘gala drink’) </strong>
<p class=’font_8′>The gender conservative ancient Georgian dance scene is the setting for a story about Merab, a headstrong young dancer who desperately struggles to rise above the mediocrity and poverty surrounding him. Going through rigorous auditions, he dedicates his life to obtaining a place in the prestigious Georgian National Ensemble. The last minute addition of Irakli in the dance troupe threatens to destroy everything Merab has fought so hard for. Irakli is everything Merab is not. He dances effortlessly with unwavering confidence. In Merab’s desperate struggle to achieve greatness, he decides to break the codes and risk it all.</p>
<p class=’font_8′>’A visual metaphor for the pain and ecstasy of someone finally fully living their own truth’ – THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER</p>