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At 20 minutes per episode, the story of two brothers trying to make their dream of becoming professional, industry-changing dancers a reality is surprisingly uninteresting. Roni and Sakke are chasing their big break, but Roni is rude to anyone who doesn’t think he’s transformative, and Sakke insists on sticking by his brother even as he ruins their chances. By the end of episode two, they’re offered a chance to open their own club and work with a suspiciously generous patron from their mother’s laundromat. But despite the compelling gist of it all, nothing holds attention. The dancing sequences are mostly a miss, and the story’s progression feels painfully by the numbers. If “chasing your dreams” is supposed to be the redeeming quality, the execution alone dismantles it.
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