- 1+ 16- 11
Sean: "Didn't you ever want to be a part of something different? Something special?"
Until she meets Sean and his dance crew, Emily hasn't given much thought to anything but her dream of becoming a professional dancer. Once she begins dancing with the crew, however, all of that changes.
- 2+ 9- 12
Bar Owner: "He's buying the whole strip: Our homes, our jobs, all gone."
Emily's father is intent on purchasing all the land in the MOB's home neighborhood of Miami, and turning everything into high-end condominiums. He doesn't care about the people he'll be displacing, at all, but what he doesn't know is that his own daughter is leading the revolution against him.
- 3+ 5- 9
How This Works
Emily: "You dance?"
Sean: "Don't you know how this works? I hold a drink in my hand, you dance around me, make me look good..."
Emily is the daughter of a rich businessman. She's never really been challenged in her life -- until she meets Sean. Their first meeting is a memorable one, and he's immediately intrigued.
- 4+ 8- 13
Sean: "The MOB is our way to shout. It's like us saying listen up, we exist."
Sean explains to Emily why the MOB is so important. It's a way for the members to be heard and to express themselves.
- 5+ 6- 11
Break the Rulesv
Emily: "I wish I could just break the rules."
Sean: "Then break the rules."
When Emily first meets Sean and his dance crew, she's hesitant to step out of her comfort zone and become a "rule breaker" of sorts. Little by little, however, she begins to break loose.
- 6+ 5- 11
Newscaster: "The question on everyone's mind is: Who is the MOB?"
The MOB is a dance crew led by Sean, a young dancer with a lot of talent -- and a rebellious streak. The MOB takes over a historic neighborhood in Miami, forcing others to pay attention, and getting a ton of media coverage.
- 7+ 7- 14
Dancer: "She's dancing with me." (to Emily) "Consider it your initiation."
Challenges and initiations are all part of joining a new dance crew, and Emily is no exception. If anything, some of the MOB members are possibly harder on her, given her (privileged) background.
- 8+ 5- 12
Emily: "Enough with performance art -- it's time for protest art."
Emily winds up dancing with the MOB, and their views begin to rub off on her. She doesn't like what's happening in their neighborhood, and she helps the group switch gears -- from performance art to protest.
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