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oh yeah just about five years. ago i did ok thank you good bye. guys we need to buy cloths. when you two meet all the guests and think about their accommodation like everyone should be comfortable. then we should finish the staging and we heard it all could somebody we don't have thirty six hours in a day then we have plenty of time for everything that fills. our with we're putting on the flying in space to go for the sixth time i thought we needed an event that would stir everyone up a bit of service or something to make people eager to work till midnight painting the building and solving administrative problems across a festival seemed
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a good idea well but also just the one. life conditions were tough that life was hard because a man's life was worthless murder and violence were considered regular things have you ever heard the word. so you know what that is they wrote to anyone they mad on the road. or will that will after i had joined my school i was skipping classes for six months. i was dating a girl then and had no desire at all to study i just wanted to go out with her. so i had to repeat a year then i came here i think i'll finish this year and then try to join a circus school.
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strain your legs. push with your arms. and your but it also works is made up of kids from socially disadvantaged groups of people and their self-esteem is usually love and they don't have any relevant physical skills. i've almost done three before even to some of these guys sniffing glue but they were very agile demarche they are easy going boys and girls that's very assertive. to teach them from scratch you first have to start a shit report with them because if they're not willing to listen it will all be in vain and to begin with. one more time. your pal is sticking out. this wasn't my idea it was a berlin university student as to it sure and who brought it to st petersburg.
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actually the concept behind the absolute circus was her graduation project. and the university students can go anywhere in the world to set up a project that was how the us was created. our children come from disadvantaged backgrounds their children with various behavior problems the disorders. we take new students once every three years we find most of our kids in st petersburg crisis centers. you know back now but it will get us inside and i want social workers bring them to us sometimes our friends call and say we know who he done and he's just what you need company at him one popcorn dip to be right here where it says when it's the police brought me here for tea i played football in tennis at first then i heard about the circus i didn't take it seriously but came to have a look anyway until i saw the kids who were really doing something so i decided to try and i really liked it i even brought my sister and two friends here but all
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that's just. not to be true it was look at the audience sees my life is pointless. it's morning sure it's fine it's fine as a play on don't ruin your own act. see how poor you guys remember your places i've got and are you running like a little rat like a rat if you want to grab it and it should be like. this girl has just turned my life upside down and you're like hey dude should we go somewhere watch clone bomb bomb bomb. there's nothing more expressive. as there is facing
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a dilemma now i think you'll struggle with it for a couple of years he has to choose between behaviors it's. own will be what's typical in street culture isn't acceptable and the excellent circus and the other is fine for us but wouldn't be tolerated on the street he has to adopt one of them it's a difficult choice but it's important for him to make it. and it's not that i broke i think i wanted it myself. because we always choose what we identified this song i allowed myself to be weak. would be more. of a i'm talking about drugs. i took the wrong road and i thought i could leave it just as easily. go i was a fool. then i made a choice because i saw that these people really wanted to help and i was turning my
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back on them it's bad. or bad about the record i assume is the kids and to this room they turn into actors that he's not children anymore the professionals who play a role in the performance i always tell them they should leave their problems behind that door did some way during rehearsals we were when we talk about what's happening in their lives after the rehearsal but when you're on stage you have to work well there are certain rules and penalties because a kid might be banned from the next week her so as a punishment if he steals from other kids it's most likely he'll be excluded from the circus. if he starts taking drugs again and comes here while he's high then the door will be closed to him. i play a street cleaner who's in love with a waitress. in one of the scenes i imagine that my dream is the
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girl i'm in love with. it was different in real life i was writing on the metro in so a girl and we were just looking at each other for half an hour she missed her stop and they looked into her eyes plucked up the courage and spoke to her so we've been going out three months now. and the circus i've gained lots of experience that i couldn't get anywhere else and never had that before. with people offer you
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a lot in you choose whether or not you accept it you just have to listen to older people who work with you then everything will be fine. no i should my more time. and. i really wanted to go to russia and get to know what's happening here and i really wanted to help the kids because. i really like gymnastics and circus and the things. i came here for the project some a surprise because we met five years ago. you know superstitious about it and i was very impressed by the progress by the children on the stage and i want to learn recently. my running to save them cameron diaz couldn't climb your badge and see some of the there was there was. so sue
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something. i've worked with a lot before but they were all like normal kept more than also normal there's kids here but it's ok sometimes it's difficult but in the meantime when they're here you don't really know that they're different that they come from i don't know are difficult family is when they hear it's a little more serious moments from time you get to know it that they react different than other kids sometimes. oh if they don't want anything they really don't want to see if them to do things. that. she loves and i don't want to be distressed homeowners volunteers from germany have been coming here almost since the beginning of the stream me helpful because every time they bring a breath of fresh air and new stories the stories often they take on
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a lot of responsibilities to me it's just. now we have two volunteers christina and evelyn and he's helping with smaller kids to. we her source and. christina doesn't only help with classes but with political ration is for the festival and accommodation for the guests. will be plenty of workshops and performances outside the various teams will perform inside the tent. there will be a team from france and friends from finland and the most good team will also be here we. will be there two. days will be very busy. we're getting ready for the festival look we have cool new t. shirts let's go to the tent now. are you taking pictures let me see so are you afraid. just
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a little of course to. take down with the event yes well try well. yes they are let's get to work on the let's start filming. the olympic torch is on its epic journey to such. a one hundred twenty three days. through to some other top two cities of russia. relayed by fourteen thousand people or sixty five thousand kilometers. in a record setting trip by land air and sea and others face. a limp a torch relay. on r t r c dot com. the interview.
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when you talk about working with the society of one who do you think should be in charge of the tunnel between the two to the people should it be the government this is not a. right to left it's an issue about fundamentally small recs that it makes me. so what we need to avoid these global hate speech is true of all. this is.
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that can lead to even two terrorists. when i don't have anything to do but i often put on street performances i do it alone or call the guys and we perform together i enjoy it people watch an inspired me and sometimes they give money but it's not about. the no one thing i have told him something and if anything happens to him his family or he has financial difficulties here he can go on the street with his hands
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on a living with his act and they'll be no shame in. yes i believe everything you do comes back to you if you heard someone or did something bad it will come back to. i caused a lot of trouble i broke into apartments and stole things from people. so i was once going home from school when a guy approached me and ordered me to give him my phone when i refused and he hit me in the face i hit him back and we started fighting then two of his friends joined the fight i just stood up every time so that they could knock me down of course they didn't me and beat me badly. so everything comes back like a boomerang it's.
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i think in two thousand and seven and then we have magazine the venue bench and me germany on the back in different places and. every time we speak that yes we should meet we should do projects together. i meant don't sell a circus in london seven years ago and this is the sixth time i'm at the festival here in st petersburg.
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the biggest difference between a sell service and the ones that i know in europe is the fact that they have a very tight group and small and they're very committed to the project the social circles in general it's more like a circus being taken and so. going to god and so different institutions but here it's different the children come here and they become like a family so in that way it's very different. than our diocese want to live when i look at the audience i think the old look so nice so much to give them to me i think about twenty percent of them have no idea what the opes of the circus was so it's a yellow applies to almost every performance by explaining what kind of circus we are before the performance tomorrow i'll do the same.
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the worst possible thing in my best city could see that and i don't doubt for a home i did not for any of the plays and sorry nights just to sit up on the roof i think mike and i feel so free and i really love mom. i'm going to go back to jim and meet him after he wakes and it's already like so close and i would really love to stay here a little longer because i really got so long i can't stand. people. when i retire with children and yes it's only for training and then they go home to tear after training day stained suitcase and so i speak with them i play with them i'm much closer to them. way yeah they've been to.
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yeah it's quite far away from the sick and that's one of them yeah annoys me the mars the neck and such a long way to the six to the city center. but it does lead to come here every day because it's so fucking every hour three police cars go around the block and pick up drug addicts. leads the way in terms of drug trafficking. people here killed here you can't go outside after ten without a knife or a gun and i've got my friends so i'm not worried. i think after the army is all moved away to sochi maybe well then settle on what oh have a rest then come back earn some money and go to europe for good i will continue to your kids where you would hope and i just need to serve in the army and everything
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will work out fine i'm sure of it. here's a quick show you a trick about. these guys already have some experience with the circus world introduces them to completely different experiences and values the world and they're tearing them apart. well today kids have had a taste of success they've come to grips with their own body see a way to establish they have the energy and well developed muscles now so if they suddenly realize that they are strong and can use the strength on the street. it was this mission i have that's what triggers an internal conflict in you getting through it is really difficult for them do you think you may have to make a choice like that one can you go and they can either go out with this experience and these muscles and become funds in the street or develop themselves as artists but which.
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this is my audience. i'll tell you one thing i'm very scared whatever you may think i'm actually very scared are you scared. and that's a good luck to everyone. so what do you wish me nothing what do you wish for and so would i should love. what do you wish me this lack of love yes indeed luck is what i.
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yeah. once in winter in a small bookshop i run across postcards by alexander. a look through them and so something gentle kind open to everyone. has a sense of postcards called a walk with my nephew. my guy and i instantly decided that i would adapt it into an interesting absoute little story consisting of several episodes human. thought that i was looking at the nephew thinking it will like get such
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a boy no one in the group will match it to be a very strange character and that's when he started working with a group of special kids something i came to our classes mostly children with down syndrome. and one day the door opened and in came anton that was two years ago and he was even smaller then he's now national he wore a cute cap with ears like a bears and i think glasses still is the final piece of the puzzle. oh oh. i don't like to write on the star so i could see he would develop it's the most
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important thing for us at the moment but it's even more important than school. he spends nights and days here he knows every character has lines in every of famines and practices at home every day. right here my heart misses a beat when they discover they can actually do something when they've just learned a difficult trick and try to perform a trick. you don't call children and teenagers need adrenaline to do all it's crucial for them if they're to face danger possible. and more they can find it out on the street or hear the circus the choices they're saying. thank.
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you lest some of our graduates who know like cordwood have become skinheads and dogs will turn into great to look people eager to think and develop and make up most of what some of our kids choose a different destiny is incredibly important to me to want to meet or. thank.
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you. hello i'm on my way back from the festival that just ended. i'm going into my apartment. ted to sleep a lick say. i was at the festival. do you know how much you missed it is that. you didn't you come. to z's alexei. my mum's at work and dad's asleep easy just back from work and mind. you can see that i that i really enjoyed the festival. it was magic and for me it was much more than just a festival which. all in all it was cool.
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the earth or seas attempts to restore order in central kiev lengthy stand up with protesters with riot police stand by demonstrators while trying to retake city hall . also this hour russia's foreign minister is in iran to follow up on last month's diplomatic breakthrough to cut terrence nuclear program and partially lift sanctions in a deal to push through. and its politics on ice in the arctic come under lays claim to the region that russia says it has rights to.


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