Love match is to understand We need an activity that allows us recover these energies to keep our balance.
To understand the importance of energy in the love match I invite you to see this beautiful movie. Shall we dance?
A conservative businessman enrols in a dance school after spotting a beautiful woman through its windows.
Despite being naturally gifted, the businessman keeps his dance classes a secret, causing his wife to believe that he is conducting an illicit affair...
For longer than he can remember, John Clark has led a dull existence--and even with a successful career, charming wife and loving family, he still feels something is missing as he makes his mind-numbing commute through the city each day.
But one night, on his evening ride home, he looks up to see a beautiful woman staring through the window of a dance studio. Haunted by her gaze, John impulsively jumps off the train and signs up for dance lessons--and his whole life begins to change.
Now, he's entering a world he never imagined--the colorful world of competitive ballroom dancing.
It's a place filled with grand passions, bitter rivalries, great friends and strange couples and it's about to reignite the excitement in John's life--not to mention the lives of his family, dance instructors and fellow classmates--in ways he's never dreamed. the importance of energy in the love match
John Clark (Richard Gere) is a lawyer with a charming wife and a loving family, who nevertheless feels that something is missing as he makes his way every day through the city.
Each evening on his commute home through Chicago, John sees a beautiful woman staring with a lost expression through the window of a dance studio.
Haunted by her gaze, John impulsively jumps off the train one night, and signs up for ballroom dancing lessons, hoping to meet her.
At first, it seems like a mistake. His teacher turns out to be not Paulina (Jennifer Lopez), but the older Miss Mitzi (Anita Gillette), and John proves to be just as clumsy as his equally clueless classmates (Chic and Vern, Bobby Cannavale and Omar Miller respectively) on the dance-floor.
Even worse, when he does meet Paulina, she icily tells John she hopes he has come to the studio to seriously study dance and not to look for a date. But, as his lessons continue, John falls in love match with dancing. Keeping his new obsession from his family and co-workers, John feverishly trains for Chicago's biggest dance competition.
His friendship with Paulina blossoms, as his enthusiasm rekindles her own lost passion for dance. But the more time John spends away from home, the more his wife Beverly (Susan Sarandon) becomes suspicious.
She hires a private investigator to find out what John is doing, but when she finds out the truth, she chooses to discontinue the investigation and not invade her husband's privacy.