Documentary about several traditions of ecstatic dance around the world, including San in Namibia, Kut in Korea, Yoruba in Nigeria, Gabrielle Roth in New York, Candomble in Brazil, whirling dervishes in Turkey, Hadra in Morocco, firedance in the U.S. and the Rainbow Serpent Festival in Australia.
Narration, credits and most dialogue in English ; English subtitles for the non-English dialogue; optional Spanish subtitles.
The first disc also includes five "making of" featurettes and optional filmakers audio commentary. The accompanying second disc includes a how-to video on free dance with Gabrielle Roth (The power wave) and sixteen dance tracks set to psychedelic visuals.
Booklet in container (25 p. : col. ill. ; 18 cm.) with program notes.
Director of photography, Paul Elliott ; editor, Sioux Currie ; DVD producer, Feren van Damme.
DVD, all regions; Audio track options: Dolby stereo. 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1.
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