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A streetdance crew are forced to take in some ballet dancers in order to compete at their UK finals. With performances by Diversity and Flawless.
Musical 2010 98 mins
Director: Max Giwa
After they lose their leader to a rival crew, a group of streetdancers get a new lease of life when they enlist students from the local ballet school. Pop video duo Max & Dania merge urban cool with classical chic for their pulsing debut feature, while Britain's Got Talent dance troupes Diversity and Flawless take the art of streetdance to breakin' point. BGT's George Sampson also stars.
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