Who says that women can’t break dance? Frieda, Viola and Jilou are three of the most successful women in the male-dominated breaking world. At different points in their careers, the three friends are facing new challenges and life-changing decisions. The documentary accompanies the dancers during their hard training, international battles and their fight for recognition and equal rights.
B-girl Jilou is at the height of her career and counts as one of the best in the world. While she is currently winning one battle after the other, Frieda is still grappling with an injury. As a B-girl from day one, she has to acknowledge her increasing age and start building a life outside her professional sports career. B-girl Viola is focused on becoming recognized as a dancer and combines breaking with modern dance. For her, every battle is equally a fight for her identity as an artist. Coming from very different backgrounds, they all have found a second home in the breaking scene. With their courage, endurance and passion, they paved the way for the next B-girls generation.