Strictly Ballroom

hways

Message 52726 · 5 Jun 2008 22:55:44 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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I think Goss is referring to "Strictly Ballroom" Highly recommended, if you
like that sort of dancing. But at no time did she look like a loser to me.

Harry Ways

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Subject: RE: No more sword dances?

> Pia, have you ever seen the film "strictly dancing" - Cinderella story
> about the behind the scenes at a ballroom dance studio. Predictable
> plot, but enjoyable because of my SCD and highland experience. The
> protagonist is the young girl who starts out looking like a loser with
> bad hair, dumpy clothes, and thick glasses. She works as a janitor to
> pay for her lessons, and has a crush on the son of the owner of the
> studio, who is already a star. You know the rest.
>
>
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