One for Sorrow, two for Joy, three for a Girl, four for a Boy, five for Silver, six for a Secret never to be told : Wim Vandekeybos used this Irish nursery rhyme about magpies as a basis for his performance '7 for a Secret never been told'. The performance was made up of seven interflowing sections, alluding to 'two extreme emotions, the two sexes, two precios metals and a secret'. For each scenea specific scenery and different movement material was developed. Silver is the fifth scene of the performance: a motionless figure wrapped in foil is put on stage. Suddenly huge feathers fall out of the air and make the figure move. Gradually the other dancers appear on scene: complex parner work develops into an energetic and powerful physical scene, using the typical Vandekeybus danc vocabulary.