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article image'Musical Chairs' now available on Cinemax's MAX GO until 7/31

By Alexa Spieler     Jul 10, 2014 in Entertainment
The film 'Musical Chairs' directed by Susan Seidelman is now available on Cinemax's MAX GO, but only for a limited amount of time.
The inspiring romantic film Musical Chairs will be accessible on Cinemax's MAX GO until July 31st. For more information on the film directed by Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan), please visit:
The movie, which is an eclectic blend of dance, drama, and romance, features newcomers Leah Pipes and E.J. Bonilla, starring as "a pair of unlikely lovers in contemporary New York who must face a number of challenges, both separately and together, before finding one another--and themselves." Musical Chairs also stars Tony-winner Priscilla Lopez, Jaime Tirelli, Laverne Cox (Orange is the New Black), Morgan Spector, Auti Angel, Jerome Preston Bates, Nelson R. Landrieu, and Angelic Zambrana. The film was produced by Janet Carrus and Joey Dedio.
Set against the exciting backdrop of competitive ballroom dancing, Musical Chairs centers around Armando (Bonilla) a Bronx-bred Latino who aspires to be a dancer but whose only way in is as a handyman at a Manhattan dance studio, and Mia (Pipes), an Upper East Side princess who is the studio's star performer. Though worlds apart, their shared passion for dance promises to bring them together until a tragic accident changes Mia's life forever, and she finds herself wheelchair-bound at a rehab facility, with her dreams of a dance career shattered. Fortunately, Armando has enough dreams for both of them and, when he hears about a wheelchair ballroom dance competition that will soon be held in NY, he sees a way to return something to Mia that she thinks is lost forever. At first she is reluctant--wheelchair dancing, though highly popular overseas, is something she never even knew existed. But, with the help of several other residents at the rehab center, Armando organizes an intense training program that will bring them all center stage and in the spotlight. The prize is irrelevant; what they really stand to win back is their zest for life.
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