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Dancers tumble across mountain tops, find each other in the woods and submit to mountain streams. A series of intimate moments all seem to exist within the same breath in “ensō|mountain divide,” a 13 minute long dance film set in the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness of Montana, with choreography by Faith Morrison. The series of movement explorations in the film are encapsulated within a camera droning in and out of the mountains. It captures all the wonder just one moment in nature can hold for a human surrendering.