The Faun (2015/First Run Features DVD)
C- Sound: C Extras: D Documentary: C+
is a young man with cerebral palsy, but through his choreographer he
learns how to control and move his body and dance with grace.
Cerebral palsy is movement disorder with lost of body control and
seizures, but Gregg shows anything possible and that a person can
overcome medical limitations and miracles are still possible ...even
if science can't explain it.
Tamar Rogoff's Enter The Faun (2015), Gregg was told by the
doctors that he will one day need a wheel chair and never walk again.
Now, he is able to dance with grace and jump like he is free.
Through his dance and choreographer (the director of this release),
he learns how to over come his pain, to let go and then reconnect
with his body. While the cause of cerebral palsy said to
neurological, the medical world has yet to find a true cause or cure,
nor can they explain how Gregg regained his body motion.
was like watching cerebral palsy can be cured by dance yoga and will
power. For those who have to re-learn to use body function through
therapy, drugs or some treatment know it's not a easy route. It is
good to be motivated and to believe in yourself, but in the end the
real miracle would be if they can repeat and teach this to others and
help cure others who are like them ...then it would be a revolution.
Wish this had been longer.
anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 image (motion blur and detail
issues) and lossy Dolby Digital mix (location audio) are both weaker
and lighter than expected, unfortunately, so expect mixed
performance. There are no extras.