There is a likeable arthouse quality to this video which is paramount. The black and white filming is de rigeur here and is tastefully neat. The natural choreography of the pole dancers doesn’t add anything overtly sexual to the video. Rather it illicits a degree of worth by showing a behind the scenes account of how the dancers hone their craft with dedication. The jazz subtleties in the rhythm also travel well here and they are indicative of the class presenting itself in the visual. The fly on the wall feel to the video is also a nice touch and underlines how well the direction on show is handled here. In short, the cosmopolitan styling here very much hits the nail on the head.
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