MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S TANGO
Did you think that tango was an Argentinian invention?
A captivating and ironic road movie in which three stereotyped musicians will abandon the milongas of Buenos Aires to discover a brand new world in distant Finland. The singer Chino Laborde, the guitarist Diego “DIPI” Kvitko and bandoneon Pablo Greek will plunge into the Northern forests dance halls, where the long midsummer nights dance to the sound of a melancholy tune: the Finnish tango.
Directed by Viviane Blumenschein
Viviane Blumemschein (1969 – Germany), is a screenplayer and director internationally awarded. She attended the Leuphana University of Lüneburg and from 1997 was assistant director for films and commercials. She began his career in 2007 with Dance for All, a documentary presented in several festivals and later she directs Going Against Fate, about the famous conductor David Zinman and the Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich..