Analysis Of Dirty Dancing

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Emile Ardolinos creation of the 1987 Dirty Dancing showed the world the hidden and shamed upon dancing styles of the 1960s.While watching the film, the scenes create a feeling of wanting to get up and dance along with them. Both the writer and the director made the movie work smoothly with connections between the different frames that did not leave the audience questioning what just happened or wanting them to have more. With watching Dirty Dancing throughout my childhood, I can say that it is one of the most exciting and well-organized films of the 19th century. IMDb explains, “With an estimated budget of 6 million dollars, with the release date of August 21st, 1987 the total gross worldwide hit 170 million dollars. It also won 1 Oscar with another 11 wins and 6 nominations. The most iconic song used “The Time of My Life” won an Academy award for Best Music, original song” “Dirty”. To of been awarded an Oscar and won other awards just shows how amazing of a film it truly is. Writer Eleanor Bergstein explains in an interview from Samuel G Freedman’s article “FILM; 'DIRTY DANCING ' ROCKS TO AN INNOCENT BEAT” stating, “I meant 'Dirty Dancing ' to be a celebration of the time of your life when you could believe that a kind of earnest, liberal action could remake the world in your own image” (Freedman). IMDb also explains, “The movie is based on a script by American screenwriter Eleanor Bergstein, who based the story on her own experiences dirty dancing while vacationing in

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