This is all about balance.A talented ballet dancer breaks a leg and has to retire from competitive performing.
Next thing we know,a friend of a friend asks her to try to use her knowledge of ballet,and how the body attains some of the moves,to instruct riders of a new contraption.It's like learning to control stunts on a skateboard,but motorised.
There's a meaningful scene where our protagonist disappears over the brink of some steps.
She disappears from view and everybody thinks the worst and rightly so.
What were they thinking ?!
Still,luckily,because she's used to recovering her balance during ballet.......,
She survives ! It gives her the rush she remembered from ballet after a brilliant performance and...,yep..,she's hooked !
There are some rivals who've been riding longer but none better.
That's the theme of this film.Overcoming obstacles in more ways than one.
The DVD cover of a dynamic girl on wheels is about right.Of course,having long flowing hair helps.
It's madder than a motorbike and as graceful (if you've got what it takes) as ballet.