Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing
Dirty Dancing

Year

1987

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dirty Dancing is a phenomenon, a word-of-mouth hit that has made millions worldwide and been made into a successful stage musical. It's the summer of 1963 and 17-year-old Frances "Baby" Houseman is on holiday with her parents at a resort in the Catskill Mountains. While there, the strait-laced Baby falls for working-class dance instructor Johnny. She eventually becomes his dance partner, but her father expressly forbids any kind of relationship, leading Baby to rebel for the first time in her life.

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15 Classification

This film has a few uses of moderate bad language

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