Give me back 2 hours
premiere september 2016, Centro Cultural São Paulo - Brasil
Winner Premio APCA 2016 for best dance production
Winner Premio do Júri Guia Folha de SP for best dance production
The most recent work of Mov_oLA Project, directed by choreographer and videomaker Alex Soares, continues a research to integrate dance to other formats, especially videol and digital languages. In Give me back 2 hours, the group proposes a piece based on the classic Rear Window (1954) by Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) translate to the present days.
Give me back 2 hours it's divided in three acts with intermissions for selfies. An application was created and developed for the show and also Google Cardboard VR are used in some scenes. The research for their development was done together with the research of the choreography so that they could expand the creative possibilities in the fusion of a smartphone application with an artistic dance piece.
It is with this portrait to our time that the piece seeks a dialogue with Hitchcock's movie: all scenes of Give me back 2 hours make us observers of a virtual window. Like in the film, we saw the characters, with different narratives an conditions in a panorama of their lives, alive.
Give me back 2 hours is played with live music performed by César Aranguibel, Costumes by Cassiano Grandi and set design by Wilson Aguiar.
Átila Freire, Ícaro Freire, Maria Basulto, Paula Sousa e Wilson Aguiar
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60min without intermission