“Dance Academy: Film” shows how sometimes it is difficult for really talented people to convince themselves of their own impeccability. Tara Webster at one time was among the best dancers and in her stellar dancer career no one doubted. But the ridiculous trauma changed everything and made the girl forget about her participation in professional dances. Even hoping for something, Tara enters the ballet school, but three persistent years of study do not bring her the same previous self-confidence or self-satisfaction. Full of disappointment, the girl decides to leave her loved ones and her native Sydney, she goes on a trip to New York. Most likely, the girl hopes that such cardinal changes in her life will help her to find herself more quickly. But no matter how hard Tara tries, she does not see herself anywhere else except for dancing. The girl decides not to spray and put a lot of effort to regain the perfect ballet form. But will her once injured body not be able to resist in this pursuit of a dream?