At the beginning of the 2000s Pototskiy (Aleksandra Domogarov, Union of Salvation), a once-promising but now drunken ballet dancer, notices Yulia (Margarita Simonova) dancing on the street of provincial Shakhtinsk, who turns out to be a "difficult teenager" with more than one conviction. He travels with Yulia to Moscow and shows her to his former teacher, the once-famous Soviet ballerina Beletskaya, who teaches at the ballet academy. Possessing an independent character and direct manners Yulia is admitted to the academy, where her fight has just begun.
At the beginning of the 2000s Pototskiy (Aleksandra Domogarov, Union of Salvation), a once-promising but now drunken ballet dancer, notices Yulia (Margarita Simonova) dancing on the street of provincial Shakhtinsk, who turns out to be a "difficult teenager" with more than one conviction. He travels with Yulia to Moscow and shows her to his former teacher, the once-famous Soviet ballerina Beletskaya, who teaches at the ballet academy. Possessing an independent character and direct manners Yulia is admitted to the academy, where her fight has just begun.
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At the beginning of the 2000s Pototskiy (Aleksandra Domogarov, Union of Salvation), a once-promising but now drunken ballet dancer, notices Yulia (Margarita Simonova) dancing on the street of provincial Shakhtinsk, who turns out to be a "difficult teenager" with more than one conviction. He travels with Yulia to Moscow and shows her to his former teacher, the once-famous Soviet ballerina Beletskaya, who teaches at the ballet academy. Possessing an independent character and direct manners Yulia is admitted to the academy, where her fight has just begun.