Last Tango in Paris

Last Tango in Paris

Last Tango in Paris

  There are films that mark the life of a whole generation and the perception of an entire epoch. Last Tango in Paris can be counted among this genus with certainty. Published 1972, the acting director Bernardo Bertolucci severe trouble with the authorities in his home country Italy, which put the movie on the index, from which he disappeared again until 1987. Bertolucci was sentenced to four months in prison and lost his civic rights for five years.

In Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial film Marlon Brando

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Trailer – The Tango Lesson

Trailer - The Tango Lesson

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Finnish Tango

Finnish Tango

Finnish Tango

  What a downright bastard Alex (Christoph Bach) is still: When it comes to their own advantage, is the musician for nothing too bad. Together with his two friends Steini (Daniel Zillmann) and Tommy (Christian counselors) Alex moves from gig to gig, but the tango band is not exactly what can be called successful. As the three of the tour bus to steal a heavy metal band, there will be a catastrophic “accident” (in fact, Tommy is tired of life and brings the vehicle from the track on purpose from), dies in the course of

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Trailer – The Tango Lesson

Trailer - The Tango Lesson

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The last round of applause – A Life for the tango

The last round of applause - A Life for the tango
               Genre: Documentary
  People who have a particular passion, followed by cinema look, has some merit. Especially when it concerns the work of Argentinean director German Kral, who has devoted to the aging tango musicians, the “Bar El Chino” in Buenos Aires, a loving portrait.

A final round of applause must be just about the most fearful of what an artist can experience. Usually it is a non-conscious, because one always thinks so that it continues and goes forward, but the musicians of this documentary do

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