There is stunning content on the internet that will wow you, like this outdated video, which is resurfacing on social media. It displays a moving hand ballet performance by 128 wheelchair-using professional and amateur performers. The film was a component of the Tokyo Paralympics 2020 closing handover ceremony. Frenchman Sadeck Waff, who posted the footage on his Instagram account, created the dance. It has reappeared on other social media sites and is currently becoming viral.
The performance began with 12-year-old Oxandre Pecku, the first person in France to acquire a 3D-printed, multi-grip “bionic” arm, according to press sources about the 2020 Paralympics. The wheelchair performers take over after his cameo, delicately waving their arms in time with the music.
Yoann Lemoine, a French singer-songwriter, wrote the music for the performance, and the Orchestre National de France performed it live on stage.
The dancing performance enthralls users on social media. They admired the excellent creative display.
Amazing, a Twitter user commented. “Wow!!! Beautiful! “tweeted one more.
However, one person questioned why the Paralympics did not receive the same media attention as the Olympics. We wouldn’t be learning about this two years later, the user tweeted, “if only the networks would air the Paralympics the same as the Olympics.”
The performers in wheelchairs may be seen wearing a black costumes with a mask in contrast to the director, who is clad in white.
The dance routine was captivating as the performers formed different shapes, including the “X,” by folding and unfolding their arms.