Butoh Dance / after Atomic Bombing

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Butoh Dance / after Atomic Bombing Jael ApablazaChile34
Definitely Japanese Butoh (white faces, silent screams), not Noh (masks) FergusFrance19
theatre in Japan (theatre called no) joannaPoland17
Tomoe Shizune & Hakutobo, Tokyo William EgliSwitzerland16
the most defining moment in the movie....very moving and beautiful NashCali16
butoh dance/teatre in japan AnabellaNew zealand14
theatre in Japan (theatre called no) joannaPoland13
gueixas ? philosopherbrasil12
NOH dancing LaurenHawaii11
Symbolizing the unequal gender issues globally--women baring, subject of and witnessing the horrors of their plight... I cried at this point as they did for humanity. ECCalifornia3
Definitely Butoh and probably Hakutobo, the group created by Hijikata Tatsumi and kept up by Ashikawa Yoko. NickCalifornia3
Ghosts .. in eternal sadness .. unable to say goodbye, or I love you. Gently trying to express 'goodbye' Hetoreyn TaylorUK2

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