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Film Details

Year

2006

Duration

99 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Tyler is a kid who likes to cause trouble. Stealing a car? Just a way to pass an afternoon. As part of his community service, he is sent to work at a performing arts school he has vandalised. There he meets Nora, a serious young dancer. When Nora needs a new dance partner in a hurry, Tyler with his street moves, is ready to step up, but is she willing to work with an untrained boy from a tough background?

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PG Classification

This film has a few uses of mild bad language

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