When I was young, I really liked that beautiful combination of nostalgia and clumsiness during the many performances of traveling family circuses in my home town. Juggling balls that fell to the ground, pigeons that flew away, ponies that stubbornly did their own thing and clowns that were rather tragic than funny. I loved it. But circus is more than that nowadays. At best it's a great mix of poetry, drama, acrobatics and limitless commitment.