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A young female breakdancer, Angel, moved to Los Angeles after an attack by an ex-boyfriend nearly ended her dance career. B- Girl follows Angel through recovery and acceptance of a new life as she busts a move into the male-dominated world of underground hip hop.
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B-Girl is a 2009 dance film written and directed by Emily Dell and starring Julie Urich, Missy Yager, Wesley Jonathan, Drew Sidora, Aimee Garcia, James Martinez and based on director Emily Dell's 2004 short film of the same name.
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