Tango libre

Tango libre

A prison guard is attracted to a woman at his weekly tango class. They meet again when she visits her husband in the prison where he works and he is drawn into her complicated romantic life. Meanwhile the prisoners are learning the tango.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:French,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prison,   dancing,   gun,  

A prison guard is attracted to a woman at his weekly tango class. They meet again when she visits her husband in the prison where he works and he is drawn into her complicated romantic life. Meanwhile the prisoners are learning the tango. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tango libre torrent reviews

Leah C (ag) wrote: Gorgeous, hilarious, sweet and full of punch! These girls seem so real and I loved every moment with them. Momoko is a very frank young woman who fell in love with lolita fashion as a means of escape from her less-than perfect life and broken family. Ichiko is a tough and feisty yanki girl who joined a female biker gang after years of bullying became too much to handle. The two girls lives' come together when Ichiko replies to Momoko's sale advertisement for fake designer clothes. Gradually, the two become closer - still very much a lolita girl and a yanki biker, but with a newfound appreciation of one another. Definitely a keeper!!

Cynnamon S (mx) wrote: This movie was awesome. Sure the acting may not have been the best but the dancing was off the chain. You had to be in this era to enjoy this movie to the fullest. You just had to be!

Jim G (nl) wrote: Not a patch on his earlier performances, this sees Pryor clean, sober and lacking confidence and pace.

Anthony V (it) wrote: Interesting update on Frankenstein.

JeanFranois S (es) wrote: Unique film de James William Guercio, plus connu pour avoir (C)t (C) le producteur du groupe Chicago. Il faut restituer ce film dans son contexte. Nous sommes en 1973, la guerre du Viet-Nam vient de se terminer et la contre-culture am (C)ricaine vit ses derniers jours. L'Electra Glide est le modle de moto utilis (C) par la police am (C)ricaine de l' (C)poque et si "Easy rider" marque le d (C)but d'une nouvelle g (C)n (C)ration de cin (C)astes am (C)ricains ind (C)pendant des studios, "Electric Glide in blue" marque la fin de l'utopie hippie en faisant le contre-point du film pr (C)c (C)dent. Ainsi les deux films sont des road movies de motards perdus dans l'immensit (C) du desert am (C)ricain, mais si le premier montrait des hippies en qute d'un vie heureuse utopique, ici ce sont des flics motards chassant les hippies pour le fun. Cependant le h (C)ro de ce film a aussi une aspiration utopique tout comme Dennis Hopper et rve de devenir le parfait policier modle de son enfance alors qu'il nage dans la corruption de ses collgues de service. Et ce n'est pas pour rien que les deux films se terminent de la mme faon avec un plan quasi identique, mais en inversant les rles.

Ola G (jp) wrote: In January 1943 the German army, afraid of an allied invasion from the Balkan, launched a great offensive against yugoslavian partisans in Western Bosnia. The only way out for the partisan forces and thousands of refugees was the bridge over the river Neretva... "Battle of Neretva" was the first of the huge state-sponsored World War II film productions. It had a staggering budget approved personally by Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito. Different sources put it anywhere between $4.5 million and $12 million. Global stars such as Sergei Bondarchuk, Yul Brynner, Franco Nero, Orson Welles, etc. flocked to communist Yugoslavia attracted by the huge sums of money being offered. Shot over 16 months with funds put up in largest part by over 58 self-managed companies in Yugoslavia, the movie featured a combined battalion of 10,000 actual Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) soldiers. Four villages and a fortress were especially constructed for the film, and subsequently destroyed. Countless Soviet-made T-34 tanks that were touched up to look like German Tiger I tanks met the same fate. Additionally, an actual railway bridge over Neretva River in Jablanica was destroyed. Director Bulaji's justification for taking down an actual bridge rather than getting the shots in studio was that a destroyed bridge would later become a tourist attraction. The bridge was thus blown up, but because none of the footage was usable due to the billowing smoke that made it impossible to see anything, it was decided that the bridge should be repaired and destroyed again. However, the problem with the excessive smoke occurred even when the bridge was blown up for the second time. Finally, the scenes of the bridge being blown up that eventually ended up in the film were shot using a small scale table-size replica at a sound stage in Prague. Throughout the movie's production, Yugoslav public was informed about the shooting progress through pieces in the country's media. And the movie took 16 months to shoot and complete. I have never heard about this big ensemble piece before, and when seeing the top names involved you would think this is a pretty interesting WWII movie. Which it is on one hand, but at the same time its extremely theatrical particularly in the acting, incoherent in many ways, the version I saw was dubbed in german and it just drags on for way too long without really getting anywhere. I assume the movie was originally shot in yugoslavian, but did Yul Brunner and co speaks english in the original print? Confusing.. I was banning the dubbing throughout the movie. Despite the massive budget, an intriguing part of the WWII history and gigantic battle scenes, "Battle Of Neretva" just couldnt fully win me over.

Pera K (jp) wrote: Bette gives an absolutely mesmerizing performance, but the movie doesn't live up to expectations...

Joel D (de) wrote: An explosive, unappreciated classic which only becomes better with each viewing.

Larry W (mx) wrote: Cute and campy. I recommend picking up the Thriller Video release, hosted by Elvira.