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The first street dancer of Rome: Dani the Brazilian

Dani is a Brazilian street dancer sharing his life memories from the 70’s in Rome, where he started dancing on the street in Piazza Navona, in order to raise some money for his living. He now lives in Portugal, after a whole lifetime dedicated to art, dance, and making happy the people around him. Another video will come up next month about the story of his casting for “Salò”, by Pierpaolo Pasolini.

video: Fran Atopos

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