How She Move

How She Move
How She Move

Year

2007

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

How She Move is a combination of urban drama and uplifting dance movie. The dance form in question is Stepping - an athletic, aggressive kind of dance where crews often battle each other. Jamaican-Canadian heroine Raya is a brilliant dancer and student, who gets accepted to an elite school. But when her sister dies of a drug overdose, Raya must return to her old school in a rough neighbourhood. She still sees dancing as her ticket out of there and joins an all-male stepping crew in hopes of winning a big money prize in a competition. Can Raya deal with the struggles of family, school, dancing, and first love, and still come out on top?

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Contains strong language and soft drug use.

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