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Tango makes a few false moves, but this dance-driven fantasy steps just the right side of the line between stultifying and seductive. Read critic reviews

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When Argentinean theater director Mario Suarez's (Miguel Ángel Solá) wife leaves him, he concentrates on making a movie centered around the tango. It isn't long before complications arise, starting with his leading lady, a dancer named Elena (Mia Maestro) -- who happens to be the girlfriend of financier Angelo Larroca (Juan Luis Galiardo). As Mario and Elena enter into an affair, he also finds himself challenged by backers who disapprove of dance sequences reflecting the country's dark years.

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