Patrick: I have no words… This was the best perfromance of the whole day. The story of perseverance in the face of abuse is touching and that story unfolds on the stage through dance. András Kállay-Saunders plays the role of hero, with his soothing vocals and strong arms offering comfort to a victim in need. The staging is amazing, the colours are fantastic and the dancers are unbelievably good. When I watched the performance I kept thinking, “He will win”. I hope I’m right.
Bogdan: András’s voice is perfect. He looks like a demi-god. His song is great, meaningful and modern at the same time. The interpretative dance is innovative (the female dancers starts off as the unassuming piano player) and the dark song ends up on a positive note, with the singer saving the pianist from abuse. “Running” is a perfect combination of winning elements. Great show, Hungary!
Judit: WOWW!!! I’m so proud of András and his song. It has power, emotion everything what we need. Dancers are awesome and tell the story perfectly. His voice is stornger and stronger and I hope in the first semi it will be the best. “Running” has everything what a winner song need, and hopefully Hungary get a well-deserved place in Denmark. I can imagine it as a winner peformance!
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