For connoisseurs of fine welding films, Flashdance is one of the best. Classical welding technique and MTV style meld together like a submerged arc weld (agglomerated) with FLUX 81C Classification on a radiographic joist. It doesn't get much hotter. Jennifer Beals really knows how to work it. Apparently there was some controversy over the dancing credits -- but no one filled in for her welding scenes, let me tell you. Jennifer's torch lighting technique is quick and effective... and once it's lit -- watch out! She can move that 627I series spot welder with amazing strength, yet with deft efficiency. The Romeo meets Juliet plot seems to get in the way of the welding. Still, I've never seen such great welding cinematography and the certified Beals can really work a white hot vertical, horizontal, and overhead weld. That's her real hair too -- natural, no stiff hairspray not just because it's a fire hazard but because she needs her hair to be flexible so it moves effortlessly with her... with her dance, her poetry written by the human body. And the flame... the flame... in her heart. The magic wasn't in the fancy 627I torch, it was inside her, all along. Also recommended: Winky The Welder Says Safety First. Ultraviolet: Baby Light My Way. Cutting Edge -- New Brazing And Cutting Processes.