Capturing Grace
A Legendary Dance Troupe Joins Forces with People with Parkinson's Disease

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John

So called ability and disability disappear when both combine to become dance. A fascinating film that once again shows how humans can overcome seemingly insurmountable barriers to produce a thing of beauty.

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