Dance adaptation of the opera Carmen in old-fashioned slapstick style. With four dancers in the pits of a deserted Czech coalmine, adapted music of Georges Bizet and choreography by Jirí Kylián.
Dance adaptation, shot in old black-and-white slapstick style, of the opera Carmen introduces four dancers who act out their tragicomic story in the pits of a deserted Czech coalmine, to Georges Bizet's expressive music (which composer Han Otten arranged and completed with compositions of his own) and following Jirí Kylián's choreography, which was created on site.
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