Maurice and Gregory Hines were a dazzling sibling act of tap dancers, notably in Francis Ford Coppola's The Cotton Club. Throughout his seven-decade career (still going), Maurice never shied away from speaking out about the challenges of being a gay, black man in showbiz. That held him back from achieving the stardom of his brother. This documentary gives Maurice the spotlight he deserves through interviews with admirers including Chita Rivera, Mercedes Ellington and Debbie Allen. The rich display of archive footage will leave you dancing out of the theater.