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The FUSION:Being Physically Spiritual, Spiritually Physical

The FUSION: Being Physically Spiritual, Spiritually Physical
Qualité
SD
Date de sortie:
2016
Son:
Anglais
Sous-titres:
-
Durée:
84 min
Déconseillé au moins de:
Pas de notes
Date de sortie:
2016
Pays:
Allemagne
Corée du Sud
États-Unis
This film challenges the traditional notion of “spirituality”, more often distant and equivocal into something tangible and practical – our day-to-day living perhaps. From a neuroscientist to a spiritual teacher, from a business person to an artist, linking Berlin-Seoul-New York and Tokyo (San Diego + Park City, Utah), the contemporary urban dwellers with a variety of backgrounds might tell us how our physical life is actually spiritual as it is. Framing the film are the images of contemporary dancers whose body language also speak of being human, deeply relating to the theme of the film. This is accompanied by the original music of Jazz trio: two Korean traditional percussionists and a saxophonist, displaying seamless fusion of different cultural and musical expression. Brighter side of being a human emerges from the voices of people all of whom lead life in busy competitive societies ruled by fear and worries.
Casting & Équipe
Réalisateur
So Young Yang
Producteur
Nakyong Gigi Yoon, Yun Jae Jung
Casting
Daniela Schiller, Teal Swan, Paul D. Miller DJ Spooky, Mariska Van Gaalen, Natalie Lam, Yokogawa Minoru, Claude Eigan, Rebecca Underdown, Kevin King, Zhongjing Fang, Bernd Kolb, Inwoo Nam, Ingo Mende, Johannes Kirsch, Florent Martin, Joohan Kim, Sincere, Sookyoung Hong, Line Azemar, Julia Kathriner, Daniil Simkim, Nicole
Scénariste
So Young Yang
Musique
Brian May, Ensemble Su, Solji Kim
Chef opérateur
Ingo Mende, Marco Tessiore, Christina Cervantes, Peter Chin, Daniele Napolitano, David Schittek, U Young Chang