In the 1987 film Dirty Dancing, written by Eleanor Bergstein and directed by Emile Ardolino, Frances "Baby" Houseman learns about love, passion, and dancing as she spends the summer with her family at a holiday camp. It was looking like an ordinary summer at first until Baby meets and falls in love with a dance instructor. This coming-of-age tale of love centers on Baby and dance instructor Johnny Castle. When Johnny's dance partner is unable to dance at the camp's talent show, Baby steps in to help, but she learns more than just how to dance. She learns about the world and about love in ways that she's never experienced before.
Dirty Dancing is rated PG-13 for adult language and themes.
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