Add to this confection of the sweet art of dancing among young and old, black, white, brown and yellow, its history as a dance started by enslaved Africans in America and you cheer for its rebirth today in all its freedom and glory. And by its end you will be ready to enroll in the nearest class.
All the dances derive from the Lindy Hop which began at the only fully integrated ballroom in America, in Harlem when the soldiers returned from World War II.
Susan Glatzer, who wrote, produced and directed this first film has been dancing swing and its variants for 20 years. Glatzer herself is not just a dancer, but a colleague of a generation of film buyers,