Underground Dance Masters: Final History of a Forgotten Era (2015)

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After a 22 year ordeal this breakthrough documentary has finally been completed. Tracing for the first time the entire origin, evolution, diaspora, history and innovators of the forms that ... See full summary »



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Director:

Thomas Guzman-Sanchez

Writer:

Thomas Guzman-Sanchez (book)

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15 June 2011 | vrlmuzic
10
| Underground dance Masters is a total masterpiece.
This film is incredible. It shows and proves the truth about the history of street dance. The people who have lied all these years are shown in their true light as the creeps that they are. The depth and clarity is untouchable. I had no idea that Chain Reaction did so much and was so influential. The Lockers was a very sad story. I remember them when I was a child. The Granny group was strange and The Black Messengers was completely fascinating. The biggest shock was the NY story. I thought like everybody else the everything came from NY. But now I know the truth. I thought the NY dancers were amazingly honest. Kenny Ortega was great. With every moment in the film makes me wish I could have been there. Thank you Thomas Guzman-Sanchez for doing this amazing film. I can't wait to get the book. A perfect 10! Worth and watching and owning.

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Documentary | History | Music

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Release Date:

20 February 2015

Language

English, French


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Fresno, California, USA

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)

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