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She's a Maniac...No, sorry... He's a Maniac!

Last week, I was in Milan as @cryboy's house guest. It was a great week; too bad that the weather was not very kind to us, as it rained almost all the time. However, we were not bored, because we decided to shoot a movie using the LomoKino!

So, on a day of particularly heavy rain, we stayed at home, but we didn’t get bored. We decided to make a lomo-movie with the LomoKino.

Some days before, cryboy was inspired by the notes of “Maniac” (a song from the soundtrack of the movie “Flashdance”) which he heard from his iPod in shuffle mode, so he wanted to use it as a soundtrack of its first Lomo Movie. Suddenly, the great idea came: “why limit ourselves to use it as a simple soundtrack?Let’s remake the whole scene of the movie using that song!”

So, we immediately launched into this project. After a short consultation, we decided it was best to avoid everyone seeing me in tights, so it was decided that cryboy will perform.

We studied the original choreography…

…and we reproduced, I hope to perfection, the whole ballet!

I hope you liked it, but especially that you had fun watching it!

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written by goonies and translated by stepi


  1. goonies


    @stepi hai avuto il barbaro coraggio di tradurlo in inglese?! aahahhahahahahaha

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  2. stepi


    @gonnies E' per dare al video la massima visibilità! U.U

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  3. putchu


    Lol...I just love it!

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  4. goonies


    @putchu :D

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The original version of this article is written in: Italiano.