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Our Last Tango

The film tells the story of a tango's favorite couple, even after the divorce, Argentina's famous tango dancers Maria Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes, as well as a painful separation tore them apart.
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The Age (Australia)
March 30, 2016 Our Last Tango is a complicated story of partnership and rupture, a film that foregrounds storytelling, dance, dramatised presentation and the construction of the world it evokes.
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ReelTalk Movie Reviews
May 13, 2016 This creative documentary cast a spell on me! Everything is done so well, especially those electrifying, sensual tango dances.
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FILMINK (Australia)
April 01, 2016 What makes the film so effective is a sense of poignancy that far exceeds its subject matter, making it less a film about dance than a character study about artistic and personal temperaments with a very broad resonance.
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Chicago Reader
June 16, 2016 Its strongest moments are the dramatic reenactments: inventively choreographed and erotically charged dance sequences shot by Jo Heim and Félix Monti.
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New York Times
April 14, 2016 "Our Last Tango" is a combination of things, all fascinating ...
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Los Angeles Times
April 22, 2016 There's something achingly poignant about watching the octogenarian Nieves and Copes direct "themselves" - while addressing what might have been.
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Spirituality and Practice
April 14, 2016 An imaginative documentary on two Argentinian dancers with a passion for this dance form.
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San Francisco Chronicle
May 19, 2016 Their endless conflict, so reflective of tango's push-pull tension, should make for compelling content. But unfortunately for Kral, neither of his subjects is especially introspective - or consistent.
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RogerEbert.com
August 25, 2016 We get such an intimate glimpse into their personal lives that the film loses momentum and becomes a kind of soap-opera-through-flashback.
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San Diego Reader
May 12, 2016 An equitable, beautifully crafted document about a pair of married but emotionally ever-changing dance partners.
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Slant Magazine
April 12, 2016 The professional and romantic collaboration of yore is replaced by memories of betrayal, resentment, and bodily decay.
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Newcity
June 15, 2016 Dance partners, a couple, rivals, lovers, a team, a dream, former lovers, tethered by passion driven by dance. Tango leads to lifelong melodrama? Si!
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