Halla Ólafsdóttir and John Moström continue working on remaking the ballet “Giselle”. Their interpretation of “Giselle” is hemmed by darkness and has an almost apocalyptic wildness where we witness the unravelling and morphing of various characters from the world of ballet. We are confronted with the hierarchies within the language of ballet: it’s technique and pantomime, the distortion of the narrative through score making, the blurring of the roles between male and female. It is a sort of a horrific dream odyssey through the world of ballet, where there is too much of everything. Their journey has been shared with Elizabeth Ward, Amanda Apetrea and other various stars from all over the world.