This beautifully crafted film from the director of "Carmen" and "Blood Wedding" tells of a middle-aged choreographer who is producing a film about tango and who falls in love with his leading dancer, who was the girlfriend of his backer, thus setting the stage for some spectacular sequences. Miguel Angel Sola, Cecilia Narova.

Year: 1998
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Spanish & Portuguese Cinema, Film Festivals 1999, Nick's Favourites, Kate's Favourites, Dance on Film
Country: Argentina, Spain
Director: Carlos Saura
Starring: Mia Maestro, Juan Carlos Copes, Cecilia Narova, Miguel Angel Sola
Duration: 112 Minutes
Rating: M
Location in store: Foreign (Spain)



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