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Gorgeous and electrifying: And Then We Danced reviewed

28 March 2020

9:00 AM

28 March 2020

9:00 AM

And Then We Danced

15, Curzon Home Cinema, BFI Player, Vimeo on Demand

The film you want to see this week that you mightn’t have seen if you weren’t stuck at home is And Then We Danced, a gay love story set in Tbilisi, Georgia, and it is truly wonderful and gorgeous. Every cloud and all that. However, in my area the demand on broadband is so high that all I get is buffering, buffering, buffering, like it’s 1996, so the only way I could watch this in its entirety was by getting up at 5 a.m.

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