#13: The Ideal Hostage

In 1973, a bank robbery captivated Sweden and led to the conception of “Stockholm Syndrome.” In “The Ideal Hostage,” Kristin Enmark, the woman first diagnosed with “Stockholm Syndrome,” goes back to that bank to cast off the stigma of a syndrome that never made sense to her.

#11: Palimpsest

In the early 1950’s, renowned dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham produced a series of solo dances, one of which was called “Changeling.” Merce never taught it to any one else, and when the performances stopped less than ten years later, the dance disappeared.

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