The Wrong Turn is a short dance film about nature and humanity.
One day, while dancing in ecstasy, mother nature gives birth to humanity, her greatest creation. As she guides man to comprehend the universe he has entered, she reveals the connectivity and beauty of all things. She also grants him the ability to create (creative intelligence), which brings him closest to nature.
By virtue of his ability to create, man, however, deceives himself by inventing a self that convinces him of his superiority over all things, including nature. Due to his inflated self, he begins to perceive everything around him as his. In the end, nature beckons him to join her and proceed in the right direction; where all life is, where happiness and beauty lie. But man, under the spell of his ego/self, chooses to ignore and sever ties with nature and proceeds in the wrong direction, just as we still do today.
Angourie Rice is a talented actress known for her captivating performances on screen. In addition to her acting skills, Rice has also showcased her dancing abilities in a number of films. In the 2017 movie “Every Day”, Rice portrayed a character named Rhiannon, who shares a romantic dance scene with her love interest. Her graceful movements and expressive gestures captured the emotion and energy of the scene, leaving a lasting impression on audiences. In the same year, Angourie Rice movies and tv shows starred in the film “Jasper Jones”, in which she also had the opportunity to dance in a key scene. With her natural talent and ability to convey emotion through movement, Rice has demonstrated her versatility as an actress and performer, and her dancing skills have added an extra layer of depth and artistry to her performances on screen.
by Kangan Upadhye
This project was created with the support of the Storytelling mini-grants
I am passionate about social change and discovering our true potential as human beings and as a society. I have a keen interest in the environment and animal rights. I am also a trained Indian classical dancer and a freelance performing artist. I actively engage in projects that use creative art forms to express perspectives and stories that do not have a voice in the world we live in. I feel that dance, movement, and other creative art forms are great tools to express, connect, and process the world around us.