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We are Dancers

Country: UK, Language: English, 30 mins

  • Director: Joe Morris
  • Writer: Joe Morris
  • Producer: Joe Morris; Luz Alejandra Llano

CGiii Comment

Well...this is a masterclass in using everything you have...to your advantage - a skill that every filmmaker should have.

If a short film ever screamed 'future feature'...then, this is it!

What would/could Joe Morris do with a massive budget!?! An exciting filmmaker...one to watch!


Trailer...

We Are Dancers trailer from Guerrillacore Films on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Set in Berlin, 1933, We are Dancers is the story of real-life anti-Nazi drag artist Hansi Sturm and his circle of friends in the immediate aftermath of the Reichstag fire, an event that allowed Hitler to become absolute dictator of Germany. Confronted by a former lover, now a Nazi, Hansi must decide whether to abandon his club or stay and face the Fascists on his own terms.

Cast & Characters

Simon Eckert as Ulrich
Martin Hamann as Gert
Will Hearle as William
Maximilian Henhappel as Oskar
Zhenja Isaak as Horst
Catalin Jugravu as Ludi
Hans Piesbergen as Hansi
Laurean Wagner as Paul