A beautiful video of hand ballet performed by disabled dancers amazed the audience with the choreography. The dance is so synchronized that the group really seems to be one. It was performed by 128 people at the Tokyo Paralympics and marked the closing ceremony.
It was led by Sadeq Waff, a French choreographer, one of the most creative choreographers. The play opens with someone with a bionic right hand and a human left hand. Although it showed a form of disability, the art created through performance was inspiring. Both professionals and amateurs took part in the performance, sitting on wheelchairs and moving their arms to the music. The music was also composed by another French artist.
It was written by Woodkid and first performed by the Orchester National de France. It synchronizes with the hand ballet, which reminds the audience of starlings and some magical invention. The manual ballet was watched in silence. Everyone who saw it must have been chained to the rhythm and diligence of each performer.