Can we give a genre to dance? Why is one movement described as feminine and another as masculine? With a personal gesture, Lila Magnin moves from the voguing floor to the contemporary floor, from the arms of ballerinas to the asphalt of hip-hop, from the mudras of Bharata Natyam (traditional Indian dance) to the mudras of breakers. She questions the eclecticism of her identity and the possibility of living as a human being with multiple definitions.
In a time of globalisation and mixing identities, Azad, dares to push back frontiers to find her way. A human story outside the genre.