Save The Last Dance

Save The Last Dance
Save The Last Dance

Year

2001

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Sarah dreams of becoming a ballerina but when her mother dies, she's sent to live with her estranged father and forced to hang up her ballet slippers. As one of the only white pupils at her new school in Chicago, she struggles to be accepted. Luckily, Chenile and his brother Derek take Sarah under their wing and give her a taste for hip hop. Confronting issues of racism and teenage parenthood head-on, this makes for an unusually direct high school movie.

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12 Classification

This film contains single use of strong language, and moderate violence.

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