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La búsqueda de los orígenes del tango por Sundance

“Tango de una noche de verano” trae la historia de tres músicos argentinos que recorren Finlandia para descubrir si el cineasta Kaurismäki tenía razón cuando afirmaba que la verdadera cuna del tango es en Finlandia.

“Tango de una noche de verano” está filmada entre Buenos Aires y Finlandia, en caminos de ruta y en grandes ciudades. Hablada en porteño, en finlandés y en inglés, estos cruces culturales hacen que sea entrañable y emotiva, sincera y sencilla. Estreno este domingo 24 de noviembre a las 8:00 pm (hora Colombia).

Tres porteños tangueros emprenden un viaje a Finlandia para verificar si aquello que dijo el gran director de cine Kaurismaki acerca del tango como invención finlandesa era cierto. El viaje que empieza como un desafío verbal, resulta ser, no sólo un viaje de descubrimiento de tradiciones con costumbres, paisajes y tiempos tan disímiles, sino un manifiesto sobre la posibilidad que tienen las culturas de enriquecerse unas a otras, manteniendo su esencia y transmitiéndola de generación en gene

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