Graffiti Verite' 10: Hip-Hop Dance: Moving in the Moment
Whether you call it breakin’, bboyin’, bgirlin’ or simply Hip-Hop dance, what we witness here is authentically funky and soulful. These dancers strive to be “in the moment.” When it’s good, what’s expressed in movement is spirit-filled, awe-inspiring and explosive!
In GV10, these incredibly talented dancers detail their journey and represent their personalized Hip-Hop dance art form by sharing their unique acrobatic, rhythmic and mind-blowing body-bending dance styles.
This documentary presents invaluable insights into the pathos, joy, discipline and history of this worldwide urban culture called Hip-Hop. Part of the H2ONewsreel Collection.
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