High school senior Katey moves to Havana in November 1958, when her dad gets a promotion at Ford. She meets a local waiter, who introduces her to sensual Cuban music/dance. They enter a big dance contest for the prize when he gets fired.
Angie, a young Brazilian artist, abandons her old life and embarks on a journey around the country. Running from her past, and searching for her foundation in life, Angie finds not only herself but love in its many forms.
Madge flies to Peru for a vacation, and meets alpaca farmer Jorge. While their romance blossoms and the temperature soars in the south American heat, so too does their love for the dance. Now they'll have, the time of their lives.
Steve Bartholomew produced a documentary with his own money, in 2005. The documentary is 30 minutes-longs. It is a short-movie. In 2006, the film participated of an International Film Festival, and in 2008 he shows "The Dance of Freedom" at the Paulinia Film Festival. Bartholomew's movie, won the second largest film event. The content of the movie is Capoeira, dancing, types of Capoeira and its meaning for people. In my opinion, the film was very bad produced, but the people who spoke about their stories are very good and their knowledge is very complete just as the explanations about Capoeira. I personally don't like Capoeira very much, but I saw the film.
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