A troubled yet gifted young street dancer can help a famed dancer/choreographer to redeem himself, while winning the heart of a beautiful dancer, but will his violent past, personal demons, and the chip on his shoulder let him?
Zoro, the city's hottest and most elusive graffiti writer. The actual story of the movie concerns the tension between Zoro's passion for his art and his personal life, particularly his ... See full summary »
'Lee' George Quinones,
Fab 5 Freddy
The shirtless dancer with black shorts and black hair dancing next to Jean Claude Van Damme is Van Damme's longtime friend and actor Michel Qissi. Michel would go on to play Jean Claude's rival in "Kickboxer" as the legendary Tong Po. See more »
During the final audition, before Ozone rips his shirt sleeves out, it is clearly visible that they have been already cut partially to allow the actor to easily rip them out.. See more »
well as an adult watching back on what i used too do myself in the streets of NYC. This movie brought back memories i thought i had forgotten.Ozone and Turbo inspired me and it rekindled what i had lost as a child now as an adult.Memories last a lifetime and i wish i was back in the 80's again!I sit here now as adult wondering where my childhood idols are at now.Trying too think where all this time went, Being able too look up there Bio's is cool.Just wish that breakn'3 could have been made,that would be something truly unique.The movie was very in-depth of how it was growing up back then dancing in the streets and wondering if our dreams of making it big would come true. Just to get out and experience what life on the other side could have been like for a child in the hood.
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