Armando spends most of his time dancing around the streets of New York to the music blaring in his iPod. He even dances during his janitorial work, pretending the mop is his dance partner. He soon starts dance lessons under the tutelage of an experienced dancer called Andrew.
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Claireece Jones (Sidibe), known as Precious, is a troubled 16-year-old pregnant with her second child. Even though she's good at maths, she can't read or write, so she's sent to an alternative school to work with the inventive and caring Ms Rain (Patton). But as she talks with her social worker (Carey), the realities of her life at home with her cruel mother (Mo'Nique) become increasingly worrying. Can this new school offer her a chance to discover something good about herself and maybe begin to head in a positive direction?
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