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At Last I Know What Love Is

Directed by: Christina Frye | 2018 | United States

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An interview of Neile Martin about being an expectant mother. She is a dancer, teacher, wife and now expecting mother. She also dances to At Last by Etta James, in an improved contemporary style. 

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