Carlos Saura's ('Carmen', 'Blood Wedding') love letter to the Flamenco explores the music and movement of this most passionate dance form. With close to 300 performers strutting their stuff, he captures the beauty, sensuality and energy of the performance, which includes a star turn from Joaquin Cortes demonstrating the power and grace of the Farruca. This dazzling film offers neither subtitles nor dialogue - and none is needed!

Year: 1995
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Spanish & Portuguese Cinema, Film Festivals 1996, Dance on Film
Country: Spain
Director: Carlos Saura
Duration: 98 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Foreign (Spain)
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