Wednesday, July 10, 2019

YOU CAN DANCE EVEN IF YOU CANNOT HEAR THE MUSIC IN THE STUNNING TRAILER FOR RINAL MUKHAMETOV'S EPIC DANCE MOVIE BATTLE! PLUS MINDBLOWING TRAILER FOR RUSSIAN SF EPIC ABIGAIL!

'BATTLE' TRAILER
DANCING WITHOUT HEARING!
Something coming from Mother Russia today, a tip from our spy Black Ryan! The latest movie from our favourite Russian superstar Rinal Mukhametov
Battle announces the arrival of Autumn season
 BATTLE is ready to hit cinemas August 29th!
The dreams of street dancer Anton of conquesring the dancing Olympus collapse when an accidental injury plunges him into a world of silence. With the loss of the ability to hear, Anton loses the meaning of life. But it is precisely in this difficult moment that he meets true love and finds his vocation. Passion for dance is impossible to erase, and deafness is not a sentence. Anton learns to hear the music coming from inside, and begins to teach dancing to children with hearing impairment. He prepares an extraordinary number and takes a huge risk by combining his former team and deaf children in a new dance.



'ABIGAIL' SF TRAILER WITH
RINAL MUKHAMETOV IS HERE!
Speaking of dearest Rinal, beside Battle and his science fiction spectacle Coma, he has another epic movie coming out this summer: ABIGAIL
Abigail is expected to break all possible records!
which hits Russia August 22nd, Brazil from September and then moves to Serbia, Croatia and rest of Balkans in October. The movie is expected to break records in Russia.
Also starring Eddie Marsan and Tinatin Dalakishvili, it follows a  young girl Abigail who lives in a city whose borders were closed many years ago because of an epidemic of a mysterious disease. Abby's father was one of the sick - and he was taken when she was six years old. Going against the authorities to find his father, Abby learns that her city is actually full of magic. And she discovers in herself extraordinary magical abilities.

6 comments:

  1. As far as I know, we have a deaf-blind theater group in Israel. In China, they have a Deaf Dance Group. The teachers have found a way to help with music by creating vibrations. I suppose, there are troupes like this in other countries too.
    As the saying goes, 'where there's a will there's a way'.

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  2. Battle looks great! Reminds me of the video I saw on Facebook earlier this year where the daughter bought her deaf father concert tickets to his favorite band. He could still feel the vibrations and with her signing the lyrics, he could still fully immerse himself in the experience... found it on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClYimdUE5os

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    1. Yes, and that video with a boy who brought his deaf friend to a concert and then spent it showing him the lyrics with sign language, and that boy that took his blind friend to a soccer match and kept showing him what is happening on the field using his hands.

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    2. Sometimes faith in humanity is restored.

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