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AQUADETTES: ON LIFE, DEATH, AND SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING




"From the duo who brought us the stunning Uppercut earlier this year, comes Aquadettes: a short documentary about Margo Bouer, whose struggle with Multiple Sclerosis is eased by synchronised swimming (and some illicit drugs on the side). Bouer's outlook on the world is alarming clear-headed and positive given her situation, but she makes the most of the time she has left through doing one activity that—at 74— her body will still allow her to do. The group she swims with call themselves the Aquadettes and comprise a group of elderly women wanting to maintain their mobility, and therefore their independence, while making friends in the process. According to the centre that hosts their weekly meet-ups."
Flavia Browne source:portable.tv







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