Writer of Dirty Dancing takes the time for follow-up
Thirty years after Dirty Dancing breeds, the author of the filmhit from 1987 on a sequel. “I’m pondering, I think it’s time for a sequel.”
This said, filmcrew, screenplay writer Eleanor Bergstein during an interview that BBC Radio 4 Monday night games.
Dirty Dancing takes place in the summer of 1963 and tells the story of a teenage girl Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman, who was having an affair with her dance teacher Johnny Castle. Jennifer Grey and passed away in 2009 actor Patrick Swayze played the leading roles. The film won an Oscar for the soundtrack (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life.
In the BBC interview, he said Bergstein Dirty Dancing themes was that still up-to-date, such as abortion. “We thought that we have this battle won, but the debate is all the way back again. Baby is a woman who is nowadays busy with women’s rights. And they would join in marches for Black Lives Matter.”
Dirty Dancing released at that time worldwide 213,95 million dollars. In 2004, the much less successful sequel, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. The American production company Lionsgate is currently working for the ABC network to a television, among others, with Nicole Scherzinger and Abigail Breslin in the cast.