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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Dance-themed docu features strong language, mature topics.

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This interesting series allows viewers an opportunity to learn more about how some of the world's best dancers think about dancing, as well as what inspires their movements. They note the different things that have influenced their dancing over the years, and how circumstances like family expectations, childhood environments, and cultural norms have inspired them to continue pushing the boundaries of their profession. All of these elements inform the movements they perform today.

The fact that dancers use their bodies to communicate -- whether it be to tell stories, emote feelings, or to find find personal freedom and empowerment -- is underscored throughout the series. Scenes featuring rehearsals, choreography sessions, and dancers' pivotal performances reveal how they successfully do so. But these moments are more focused on what is behind the movements, rather than offered as flair and entertainment. If you're interested in learning more about what inspires people to dance, Move will fit the bill.

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