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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
I'm not into this aesthetic enough to look past the baffling plot. Craft 👍, Story 👎
Silvie over 2 years ago
This movies was so so lovely. It makes you longing for sth unknown.
Kevin Barrett over 5 years ago
Great dancing and great music, plot - not so much.
Tomislav Pavicic over 1 year ago
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Kamaria Niom over 5 years ago
Flashdance is a 1983 American romantic drama film that was the first collaboration of producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer. Its presentation of some sequences in the style of music videos was an influence on other 1980s films including Top Gun (1986), Simpson and Bruckheimer's most famous production. Flashdance opened to negative reviews by professional critics, but was a surprise box office success, becoming the third highest grossing film of 1983 in the USA. It had a worldwide box-office gross of more than $100 million. Its soundtrack spawned several hit songs, among them "Maniac" performed by Michael Sembello and the Academy Award-winning "Flashdance... What a Feeling", performed by Irene Cara, which was written for the film. 18-year-old Alexandra "Alex" Owens (Jennifer Beals) works as a welder at a steel mill in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania during the day, and as a dancer at Mawby's bar in the evenings. She lives alone in a converted warehouse with her pet dog, Grunt. Despite a...
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