Double-Dee’s review published on Letterboxd:
"El tango, señores, ese pensamiento triste que se baila..." - Ricardo
This feels more like a documentary per se, showing how the tango went from the streets of Argentina to the ballrooms and Hollywood films. It features a couple of dancing sequences and tango clips from Carlos Gardel, Chaplin, and The Flintstones, just to mention a few. The plot manages to wedge in the story of three characters, which doesn't really add that much to the film. Honestly, if you're gonna watch it, it'd be best just to appreciate the music, the dances, and the history.