My appeal to the legend of the ballet, consecrated by names of great artists, is not incidental. Into this modern version of the classical ballet, I have put all my love to the primary source. Breathing new choreographic life into the music of Adam, I felt an unprecedented creative takeoff.
My Giselle is not a pretty peasant, but a destitute child of a huge modern city. Like her classic prototype, she dreams of a true great love. And just likewise her dreams fail in the face of the abyss that divides our world into rich and poor. But unlike her predecessor, the modern version of Giselle will not be given the blessed care in the idealized world of the departed souls. Her fate is terrible, desperate.
Little girl from the city suburbs, she will try to remain human despite the trials that fall on her fate. My Giselle is desperately fighting for her right to love and be loved. Although at the end of her life is cut short, the viewer will believe in the power of the human spirit, elevating us at times of the heaviest blows of fate