Red Mirror by Helder Guimaraes (DVD) - Magic Trick

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Available from http://www.world-of-magic.co.uk
Learn premier card magic from a master and gain invaluable insight into the art.
Red Mirror is a look inside the mind of a world-class performer and FISM champion who many consider the most important magician of his generation.
Helder Guimaraes is a studied practitioner of both magic and theatre with an experienced understanding of the arts. Offered on this volume is a collection of ten original card routines but more importantly his creative process and thinking behind each.
Featured is Helders signature card act a formal routine developed and refined through years of performing. This act inlcudes the following routines
4 For Four
Helder Skelter
The Sculpture
Sloth
An Invisible Thread
Aberto Court
Cardesian Coordinate
Over 3.5 hours featuring a live performance at The Magic Castle an interview studio performances and explanations shot with multiple HD cameras for superior picture quality and coverage effect commentary bad english and more
Each routine has been broken down into its own segment and includes a separate studio performance and explanation. Helder then provides commentary after each effect in which he discusses its development and offers ideas for you to take it further.
Besides the many sleights Helder utilizes to achieve his effects the Ascanio Spread Stuart Gordon Double Turnover and Elmsely Count have their own special segments and offer detailed instruction on their technique.
Interview
In this one-on-one interview Helder discusses his background in magic and theatre why he specializes in card magic his thinking process how he constructs routines practices and so on. Full of wonderful advice and an inspiring look into one of the most important magicians of his generation you wont want to pass this up.
2010 Lecture
Excerpts from Helders 2010 Los Angeles lecture includes discussions about magic and a performance of an impossible Cards Across routine that will

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