Chip is an 18-year-old boy from Kansas with an extraordinary talent for dancing. After landing a priceless scholarship, he travels to New York to take part in a Soho dance program with four other dancers - an opportunity that could set him up to achieve his life's dream. However, after receiving a phonecall from his struggling mother begging him to come back home to a life that can only promise him poverty and misery, he is forced to make an importance decision between his own future and his family. Things are hard enough with the constant pressure of attempting perfection in his art and the strong competitiveness among his peers, but things get even more difficult when he begins to fall for his dance partner Theo. It is up to Chip to make the choice that he feels is right, but, barely an adult, will his choices make or break his dreams?
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Book of Love is strangely, simultaneously obvious and moving. Happy couple Elaine (Frances O'Connor) and David (Simon Baker) are getting along just fine, when for some reason they take an interest in 16-year-old Chet (Gregory Smith), who's a local swimmer and soda jerk at their favorite drug store. Chet is obviously smitten with Elaine, and it isn't long before one drunken night when she submits to his tentative advances.
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