Delicious Pauses: Negative Space in Movement
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Embrace your stillness... with this innovative belly dance instructional DVD. The often-overlooked element of stillness in dance adds texture, surprise and emotion to a performance. As in all visual arts, negative space must be consciously utilized. When melded with your music, those pauses--sudden & brief or gooey as molasses--keep your audience on the edge of their seats. Plus, your photographer will love you! Rosa will teach you concepts and methodology, reinforced by combos and exercises towards the application of your newly unlocked skills in an exploration of negative space in movement. Take your dance to the next level with "Delicious Pauses"!
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The next world is just as weird. Kiyone has escaped Mihoshi by leaving her career as a police officer behind her. She ends up getting a job in a sleeply port town at a diner-tavern. But Mihoshi finds her. It turns out the dimwit has been searching for her and plans to be her "Partner forever..."
As Kiyone runs screaming into the night we pop over to the next world - Sasami's world of the Magical Girl Pretty Sammy. She uses her magic power to make Ryoko and Ayeka stop fighting over Tenchi. In fact she uses too much magic and they fall in love, but the episode ends before they can kiss. The next two worlds are just as interesting. Mihoshi's world is one where she and Tenchi are married, yet her sister-in-law is Ayeka and Ryoko, a widow from next door, comes to flirt with Tenchi. Mihoshi cries. Ryoko's world is set in the roaring twenties, with Ryoko and Tenchi as bank robbers. The interesting thing here is that, while Ryoko is having great fun she figures out that everything is fake. She allows Washu to cancel her world, like the redhead did to the others as they came to a end, and everything is back to normal. This DVD is just pure fun. It not only allows you to dive right into the characters' minds, but really allows you to laugh at events that would never of happened without Washu's weird machine. Kind of a "What-If" series of episodes.