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12 Tangos - Adios Buenos Aires (2005)

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Juan Cruz de Urquiza ...
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Boring to death
7 November 2006 | by (Bulgaria) – See all my reviews

The movie is very slow, monotonous and very, very boring. The entire "plot" can be summarized in one sentence "The poor economic in Argentina causes people to emigrate". This was already in the review, so I was prepared for that, and was expecting a musical, with a lot of tango. I was really frustrated when in the middle of the movie I realized there wasn't almost any tango. Sure, there were occasional scenes with professional tango dancers, but most of the musical parts were focusing on the singers and instrumentalists. It was roughly 80% showing the singers and players faces, and 20% showing the tango dancers. The interviews with people between the songs were very slow and boring also.

The only way you can enjoy the film is to love the music behind the tango so much, that you are ready to look at the performers (not the dancers) faces for 90 minutes. I am giving this one the lowest possible score.


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