Slamdance Film Review: We Keep On Dancing

Posted January 29, 2014 in
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We Keep On Dancing
Slamdance Film Festival
Director: Jessica Barclay Lawton

In this touching short film about reminiscence, Jessica Barclay Lawton reminds her audience that the things we keep in our memories and our hearts are never truly gone from our lives. When Alan (William Gluth) brings in a very old, very out of condition VW to the mechanic Danny (John Brumpton), we soon learn that the car was much more to Alan than something to get him from A to B. As the reminiscing begins, some humor and plenty of sentiment are to be had after Danny decides to indulge Alan with one final memory with his car. We Keep On Dancing is a striking film that will encourage you to be more open minded when it comes to other peoples’ emotions and to never let go of your connections with those around you.

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