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Review: In 'Stepping High,' life's answers are found on the dance floor
At 32, Sima (Palmer Davis) is ready to grow up. In "Stepping High," that doesn't mean moving out of her conservative Iranian American parents' house, or even introducing them to her white boyfriend. It just means finally pausing her dreams of being a professional hoofer to take her first real job as a high school dance instructor.
By Amy Nicholson
June 13, 2013