Center Stage Analysis
"Center Stage" takes the audience into the world of dance, not only of ballet, but also of salsa, modern, and jazz. The movie is focused on classical ballet, and begins with a select group of young dancers being chosen to move to New York City to practice at the prestigious American Ballet Academy, where only three men and three women will eventually be picked at the close of the year to become
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show how painstakingly perfect every gesture and movement must be in order to make it big. The movie accurately portrays the struggles that would-be ballerinas must undergo with their physical appearance, making references to eating disorders.
In conclusion, "Center Stage" portrayed ballet accurately and is an interesting movie. When I finished watching it, I wished I had been a ballerina. Overall, I think it did a good job representing dance and movement in the media.