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Why Omar Sy’s dance in “Intouchables” is so communicative

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In November 2011, the French film “Intouchables” breaks all admissions records. In one month, the story of Philippe, tetraplegic billionaire played by François Cluzet, and Driss, his caregiver from the housing estates played by Omar Sy, passed the 10 million admissions mark. And it will reach 20 million in March 2012.

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Of these 112 minutes spent smiling and shining eyes, one scene remains in everyone’s mind. That of an Omar Sy twirling with class on the title “Boogie Wonderland”. The former partner of the duo Omar and Fred won a César for Best Actor for this role.

His unique choreographic performance on the hit of the 1980s led him to dance on the stage of a concert by the group Earth, Wind and Fire, to which the international success of the film (32 million admissions outside France through more than 70 countries) offers a second youth. Back to the workings of this scene feel good timeless.

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