Ballet dancer Sergei Polunin filmed his new video The path to eternity in Romania, on the famous Transalpina high road and on the edge of an old oak forest in the county of Valcea.
The video was directed and filmed by Bogdan Daragiu, with music signed by Miroslav Bako.
The first part of The path to eternity the video was shot on the Transalpina road, while the second part was filmed near an oak forest in the county of Valcea. According News.rothe oak that appears in the video is one of the most beautiful in Romania.
“Dancing in Romania, in the middle of nature, was very special. It was a unique experience for me because I managed to connect on a spiritual level with everything around me,” Polunin said.
Born in 1989 in Ukraine, Polunin was at the age of 19 the youngest principal dancer in the history of the London Royal Ballet. He has danced at the Bolshoi and the Stanislavsky Theatre, La Scala in Milan and the Paris Opera, and is currently a permanent guest of the Bavarian State Ballet in Munich. He also travels the world with shows produced by Polunin Ink, the dance company he founded. In 2019, he performed alongside Romanian Alina Cojocaru in Romeo and Juliet by Johan Kobborg.
In recent years, Polunin has also worked in films such as Murder on the Orient Express (directed by Kenneth Branagh), Red Sparrow (directed by Francis Lawrence), The White Crow (directed by Ralph Fiennes) and Simple Passion (by Danielle Arbid ) .
Sergei Polunin visited Romania in July as a special burst of the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF).
(Photo source: screenshot from The Road to Eternity video)