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The coerciveness of prepackaged femininity and the nauseous entwining of postwar American consumerism with the destruction in Vietnam inspire these montages, in which ads filled with nubile models are made to speak against themselves and lovely homes are infiltrated with shots of burning villages, napalmed peasants, and tense GIs.
Three women holding bands, entwining, have the chasteness of young girls frolicking on a beach; two lift another in a leap.
The Neighborhood Ballroom,'' which premiered on March 28 in Miami, follows life in Villella's hometown of New York City, starting in the late belle epoque (1912-14), when the Boston waltz - a slower waltz with long, gliding steps and intimate entwining of the dancers limbs - was decried as scandalous.