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If you had grown up in the North West of England in the 1970s, you'd probably have encountered Northern Soul, a counter-culture built around a selective type of 1960s and 1970s soul records imported from America. Those involved with the movement expressed their tastes through clothing, hairstyles and energetic, bendy-bodied dancing. SoulBoy's action revolves around Wigan Casino - the spiritual home of Northern Soul, as Joe attempts to perfect his coolness to win the heart of scene queen Jane Rogers - although her boyfriend makes this difficult. The music, humour and dancing make this low-budget charmer feel like a fun, retro night out.
Warm-hearted spoof on ballroom dancing from Baz Luhrmann, in which a shy dancer falls for the maverick son of a local dance school owner.
11+ years 90 mins
John Cusack stars in this Nick Hornby adaptation about a record shop owner with commitment issues.
14+ years 113 mins
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