Ruby is a yearning artist who touches base in New York from the Midwest. She experiences Johnnie, a talented violinist playing for gifts in the metro station. Ruby has come to take classes at an organization called the Manhattan Conservatory of the Arts (kind of an anecdotal Juilliard), while Johnnie doesn’t have the same aspiration. It isn’t difficult to figure that these two will be drawn together, and they unite with a bundle of hip-bounce artists to enter a yearly expressions rivalry.
High Strung is by all accounts pointing somewhat higher than Step Up. It might want to be a 21st century Fame or Flashdance, however it doesn’t have as fascinating an arrangement of characters. Beside our two leads, none of alternate characters in the script by Janeed and Michael Damian emerge from the foundation. Jane Seymour, likewise one of the film’s official makers, plays one of Ruby’s strict educators, and despite the fact that it’s decent to see Seymour on screen, her part and the other grown-up parts are guaranteed.