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A mute dancer teaches movement to adoring kids and wins the dance contest every Saturday night at a cavernous Brooklyn disco, makes the final cut for a Broadway show but is dismissed when she gives her name in sign language. Written by
A really strange movie. I can't say it's a bad movie because the story was written by famous Luc Besson and actually it was pretty fine film. As always it has a few slip-ups like a bit short ending that lives some questions in the air. Mia Frye makes a good role as India. From my point of view all actors did a good job. I would recommend this movie to all movie fans who like funny endings that leave you with your own fantasies. I don't think that this is a great movie but I certainly don't regret that I watched it.I'll give this movie 6/10 because it has something special an a good script.
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