|aFive days to dance|h[videorecording] /|ca documentary film by SUICAfilms ; in co-production with Gradaketa Estudioa.
|a[València] :|bSUICAfilms :|bFirst Hand Films,|c2014.
|a1 videodisc (79 min.) :|bcol., sd. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|atwo-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent
|astreaming video file|2rda
|a59 minute "short version" also available.
|aRafa Molés, director ; Pepe Andreu, director, editor ; Natalia Maestro, Jose Luis Rubio, producers ; José Luis Gonzalez, cinematographer ; Monica Zamora, editor.
|aMonday morning, two choreographers show up in a High School in San Sebastiàn, Spain. They have five days to get a classroom full of teenagers on stage and perform a dance theatre. The dance forces the teenagers to break their social roles right at the moment of their lives when uch predetermined cultural positions are being solidified. As the saying goes, "If people can dance together, people can live together."
|aIn English, German, Spanish and Basque with English subtitles.
|aDescription from landing page (Film Platform, viewed November 16, 2016).
|aHigh school students|zSpain|zSan Sebastián|xSocial conditions.
|aPerforming arts and youth|zSpain|zSan Sebastián.
|aMolés, Rafa,|efilm director.
|aAndreu, Pepe,|efilm director,|eeditor of moving image work.
|aMaestro, Natalia,|efilm producer.
|aRubio, Jose Luis,|efilm producer.
|aGonzález, José Luis,|edirector of photography.