Brilliant, or Bogus?

One of my favorite things about art, and dance in particular, is that it is completely open to interpretation.
Beauty (or lack of) is in the eye of the beholder…

Behold: SSS, a film by Henry Hills featuring Sally Silvers, Pooh Kaye, Harry Shepperd, Lee Katz, Kumiko Kimoto, David Zambrano, Ginger Gillespie, Mark Dendy, and others.  The film was shot in the streets of New York’s East Village, and is synched to music previously improvised for the project at Noise New York by Tom Cora (cello), Christian Marclay (turntables), and Zeena Parkins (harp).

What is YOUR take? Is it brilliant? Is it bogus?  Is it more than moves to YOU???

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There is not another person I could think of that would be better and more entertaining to put on a show about how dance revolves around life. You'll break a leg watching!!"
-Joey Dowling