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LIL' BUCK: REAL SWAN

by Louis Wallecan

synopsis

In the ghetto where Lil’Buck grew up, what goes around comes around. Now, bringing his experience in the ballet world with him, Lil’ Buck is heading back to South Memphis to teach dance to the youth, offering them the chance of a better future. Returning home to the town where he first learned to dance, Lil’ Buck will lead us through the streets as he recounts his personal story and the history of Jookin. Through his eyes, we discover an amazing community - violence and poverty are everywhere but dance is keeping them alive and proud.

international title: Lil' Buck: Real Swan
original title: Lil' Buck: Real Swan
country: France, United States
sales agent: Versatile
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Louis Wallecan
film run: 85'
screenplay: Louis Wallecan
cinematography by: Mathieu De Montgrand
film editing: Basile Belkhiri
music: Arthur Bartlett Gillette
producer: Victor Lech, Craten Jai Armmer, Lil' Buck, Nadim Cheikhouha, Machine Molle
production: Tanit Films, Machine Molle, Lechinski (US)
distributor: Sophie Dulac Distribution
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