Parents' Guide to

Let's Dance

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Dance competition drama has some sex, language.

Movie NR 2019 109 minutes
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This is a lively take on a familiar theme, but the high quality of the writing, direction, and performances, added to a general artistic enlightenment, make this a cut above the usual. Both Rayane Bensetti as Joseph and Alexia Girodana as Chloe provide attractive leads. Guillaume de Tonquebec, as the older and wiser Remi, gives Let's Dance a grounding in responsible yet soaring artistic dedication. The only disappointment is that while the drama focuses on dancers finding ways to stand out from the generic crowd of competitors and discovering dance inspiration in the everyday movement all around, the resulting choreography remains pretty unexciting, even as the performers do their best to put it across.

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