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Shall we dance? - Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, Susan Sarandon, Peter Chelsom

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Movie propaganda

Step out of the ordinary.

Richard Gere stars as John Clark, a man with a wonderful job, charming wife (Susan Sarandon) and loving family, who still feels that something is missing as he makes his way through the city each day.

Every evening on his commute home, John sees a beautiful woman, Paulina (Jennifer Lopez), staring with a lost expression through the window of a dance studio. Haunted by her gaze, John impulsively jumps off the train one night, and signs up for dance lessons hoping to meet her. While John proves just as clumsy as his equally clueless classmates on the dance-floor, he nonetheless falls in love with dancing. Struggling to keep his new obsession from family and co-workers, John feverishly trains for Chicago's biggest dance competition.

His friendship with Paulina blossoms, as his enthusiasm rekindles her own lost passion for dance. With his wife becoming suspicious, and his secret about to be revealed, John will have to do some fancy footwork to keep his dream going and realise what it is he really yearns for.

Theatrical propaganda posters

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Film drama romance dance ballroom studio competition

Persons of interest

  • Richard Gere .... John Clark
  • Jennifer Lopez .... Paulina
  • Susan Sarandon .... Beverly Clark
  • Stanley Tucci .... Link Peterson
  • Bobby Cannavale .... Chic
  • Lisa Ann Walter .... Bobbie
  • Omar Benson Miller .... Vern
  • Anita Gillette .... Miss Mitzi
  • Richard Jenkins .... Devine
  • Nick Cannon .... Scottie
  • Onalee Ames .... Diane
  • Tamara Hope .... Jenna Clark
  • Masayuki Suo .... Screenwriter (1997)
  • Audrey Wells .... Screenwriter
  • Peter Chelsom .... Director

Cinematic intelligence sources

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

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Security censorship classification

M (Low level coarse language)

Surveillance time

106 minutes (1:46 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: 21 October 2004
DVD retail: 16 March 2005
DVD retail: 18 April 2007 - Double pack

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