The Ballroominvites you to experience the lives, loves and dreams of the patrons of a traditional Brazilian dance hall. Set over the course of one evening, the film brings together a variety of characters who attend the ballroom each week and live for their moment on the dance floor.
As they recall the past, imagine the future, have fun, flirt, fight and, of course, dance, their passions and desires unfold in front of our eyes.
An enormous hit in its native Brazil, and set to an astounding soundtrack featuring songs performed by Elza Soares and Marku Ribu, THE BALLROOM is passionate drama of lives transformed and love invigorated by the magical power of the dance hall.
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The film makes you want to go to this ballroom even if it's the sort of place you would not normally go. It's filmed in the style of a low budget documentary with great music. It's thoroughly engaging and leaves you with the 'feel good' feeling that you may get from nostalgia rather than slop. I saw this at the cinema when it was first released and loved it. I then bought the DVD and am buying again for a friend. Look at the price: it's worth a punt!
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