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The Sound of One Leg Dancing| 30mins
Director: Dilman Dila | Producer: Dilman Dila
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Uganda
Subject Tags: africa, asia, gender, human body, identity, oppression, society, uganda
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In a desperate search for happiness, a seventeen-year-old girl, an amputee from a very poor home, walks into a surreal TV stage to compete in a glamorous TV dance program. She believes winning will help her overcome a traumatic childhood in which her parents kept her hidden indoors and the society laughed at her for being a sinner in a previous life.

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