Chicago lawyer John Clark (Richard Gere) knows his life is almost perfect. He loves his beautiful wife (Susan Sarandon), he's built a successful career and raised two wonderful kids. And yet his days always seem to follow the same routine, the commute is a grind and his family is usually too busy to spend time together.
Sometimes John wonders if this is all there is to life, until one evening on his way home from work he gets off his train and does the unthinkable. Without telling a soul, he secretly dares to act on a dream that's been burning inside of him - and signs up for dance lessons.
Suddenly, John is thrust into a whole new world - of motion, music, camaraderie and passion. As this very serious man becomes literally light on his feet, his whole life, and marriage, transforms.
What the critics are saying:
"It's shamelessly direct in its emotional targeting, but in a gentle, inoffensive way that will appeal to viewers who prefer the old storytelling formulas to the more sensationalistic contemporary approach."- Todd McCarthy, Variety"Takes a small, exquisite Japanese movie and turns it into a big, stupid American movie. Still, it must be said that as glossy and overproduced as the thing is, it's a good Big Stupid American movie."- Stephen Hunter, Washington Post"There are so many appealing performers in Shall We Dance? that it's a crime the director, Peter Chelsom, and the screenwriter, Audrey Wells, haven't given them more to do."- Charles Taylor, Salon.com
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