There will be a few road moving motion pictures this late spring and ” The Break-In” is the first, sweet and brave and with three artists who are so great they merit a superior screenplay. This is truly two films: A firm and clumsy story, hindered by move groupings of shocking effortlessness and force.
The story, too bad, is unsurprising from start to finish. We meet Kelly, a youthful Los Angeles artist who is the understudy of a derisive choreographer. Through a companion she meets two or three break-artists on the footpath at Venice. They have an idea of moving that is entirely unexpected from hers; while she cleans method, they turn up the volume on their ghetto blasters and lose themselves in the delight of road moving. She prefers them, hits the dance floor with them, and they shape a group.