U.S., 1984, 87 min, Digital, Dir. Joel Silberg, Rated PG, Park Circus


Saturday, September 23

“A vital film about a bunch of youngsters who view break-dancing as a way out of their dead end lifestyle.” —Gene Siskel, Chicago Tribune

Join us at 6:00 pm on Saturday, September 23 for a free screening of the film Breakin' at the Museum of Graffiti located at 276 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127 RSVP here.

The story follows Kelly, a struggling jazz dancer, who teams up with Ozone and Turbo, two skilled break-dancers. Together, they form an unlikely but electrifying dance crew.

As Kelly, Ozone, and Turbo fuse their unique dance styles and personalities, they embark on a journey to make a name for themselves in the competitive dance scene. Their incredible moves and innovative choreography quickly turn them into a sensation on the streets and at underground dance clubs.

However, their rise to fame is not without its challenges. They must confront rival dance groups, personal conflicts, and the skepticism of the traditional dance establishment. Through determination, friendship, and the power of dance, Kelly, Ozone, and Turbo strive to achieve their dreams and prove that their unique brand of street dance is a legitimate art form.

Gables Cinema on the Move brings celebrated films to unorthodox venues and underserved communities with a goal to increase access, encourage interesting discussion, nurture community, and tap into the power of storytelling. Partners include Homework Gallery, Break Free Movement, The Cat's Meow Café, Gramps, the Museum of Graffiti, Lotus House, Overtown Optimist Club, and the Boys and Girls Club. This program is made possible by funding from PNC Arts Alive.

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