Amalie works hard to fit in to a world where having it all is what matters - looks, money and dancing skills. Then she meets Michael, the street-dancer, who is different from any other person she has met.
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Amalie works hard to fit in to a world where having it all is what matters - looks, money and dancing skills. But, when her father goes bankrupt, life as she knows it falls apart. At school, Amalie tries to pretend like nothing has happened. Then she meets Michael, the street-dancer, who is different from any other person she has met. Torn between her new life with Michael and the constant jealousy of her old friends, Amalie finds herself stuck in a continuous web of lies. How long can she keep the two worlds apart, and will she dare to be true to herself in the end?Written by
I want all of you to remember that im an old grumpy man, but i liked the mood and moves of this dancing hip-hop style movie.i did like to dance myself ,and that made me last through the whole movie.
its about rich vs poor, west versus east(of the city), modern vs freestyle , posh vs trash and so on. as a former swimming coach i recon the worthyness of not going too ''special'' to meet the goals , rather use all the opportunities of physical workout from other sports or styles or activities to become a better and fitter performer of your speciality. loosen up may make you become the best
the lovestory, being drawn between the rich and the poor have been played out in thousands of film, on a low budget production like this its pretty good performed and directed, the editing are good, the filming couldve been more advanced especially if using fly over camera rigs or even a dronecam would have ignited more energy out of the dancing. also letting the cast speak their own language with subtitles are very nice. dont mess with language ,its a great part of the culture. the cast are surprisingly good, at international standard really.
i grew up with hip hop myself,and i liked to freestyle myself on the dance floor, though 80'ish style it was,but mygod i liked it and it made me even better as a competition swimmer , so go out and dans,dans,dans, till the battle is done.
i recomend this film for the good message and a well told lovestory vs people and vs dancing......
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