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STOLEN TANGO

by Eduardo De Gregorio

synopsis

Martin has arrived in paris from Buenos Aires. He's in a precarious situation and he earns his living as a technician in a film laboratory. In his free he writes film scripts. One day Martin meets a young actress, Alice, who mixes him up with a famous spanish director. Full of enthusiasm, he writes a new script in which Alice plays the leading role. From this moment Alice and Martin's lives are lived between reality and fiction.

international title: STOLEN TANGO
original title: TANGOS VOLÉS
country: France, Spain
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Eduardo De Gregorio
film run: 95'
release date: FR 24/04/2002, ES 19/04/2002
screenplay: Bruno Herbulot, Eduardo De Gregorio, Suzanne Schiffman
cast: Liberto Rabal, Sylvie Testud, Guy Marchand, Juan Echanove, Kiti Manver, Atmen Kelif, Agnès Château
cinematography by: Teo Delgado
film editing: Michel Klochendler
art director: Frederico Garcia, Nicole Rachline
costumes designer: Agnès Nègre
music: Bruno Fontaine
producer: Hubert Niogret
production: Kanpaï Productions, Alphaville S.A., Never land, Vía Digital (ES), CNC (FR)
distributor: Boomerang Productions, UIP (ES)
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