During their university days, two friends from different backgrounds discover that they practice the same dance style. To Xan, the puppet dance is a traditional reenactment of a Margolian legend. To Fidiory, the robotic swerve is an ironic imitation of robots.
As Fidiory and Xan leave university and get jobs, they drift apart into similar lives. The puppet dance/robotic swerve remains their bond, with its echoes of freedom and belonging, a compelling dance style that they just can’t shake, until circumstances reveal that it’s more than just a dance style…
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- René Ghosh, June 2014
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