Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
An ambitious breakdancer battles rival b-boys before attempting to pass on his skills to the next generation in this ambitious Asian hip-hop film from director Chi Y. Lee. Choco and his friends all love to dance, though in order to perfect their skills they need to find a proper place to practice. After procuring a studio in which to practice their routines, the crew draws the ire of their beautiful upstairs neighbor Ally - a classical girl who enjoys her peace, and resents all the ruckus from down below. Later, as internal rivalry threatens to break apart the brotherhood of dancers, Choco finds his rise to fame suddenly halted by a serious car accident. Subsequently forced to give up his dreams of dancing and reevaluate his future, the shattered dancer agrees to pass along his secrets to ambitious up and comer King Kong, who longs to become a legendary dancer if he could only manage to overcome his own obstacles in life.
dancer, hip-hop-dance, hip-hop-music, rival, studio, breakdancing