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wonderful movie about tango, very moving love story, unforgettable music, unusual scenario and authenticity, honesty... I did not want it to finish!
I loved it. It was dreamy, romantic, poiignant, nostalgic. I Loved the music and the dancing and the way time flitted back and forth. But it maybe just for the few of us who can be carried away by the dance.
A highly enjoyable telling of the 60-year love/hate story of MarÃa Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copas, the most famous tango dancers in Argentina. It is illustrated / reconstructed through tangos which are thrillingly staged and beautifully shot and, instead of just talking heads, it makes interesting use of the dancers as interlocutors.
this documentary is amazing!
Fans and admirers of tango may find this documentary satisfying - and it offers some beautiful dance shots for their pleasure -, but it disappoints with a manipulative direction that feels so artificial in the way the film is shot (and edited) to provoke specific emotions in the viewers.