For what is mostly a semi-above average drama about a woman seeking love on the dance floors around time, the last 5-10 minutes are some of the most enjoyably liberating minutes of any film I can remember in quite some time. It actually reminded me a lot of when 'Jump' plays near the end of Eddie the Eagle. When the titular song plays at the end of this film, there's virtually no stopping one's self from either singing or dancing along. It instantly makes the previous hour and a half worth it and the urge to dance brings an overwhelming amount of irresistible positive energy.
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