Argentine Tango Dancers, 3rd Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California. Fujifilm RA Sensia 100 color positive slide 35mm film. Cross processed.
Los Angeles, Santa Monica

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Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade: Would you like to learn to tango, Donna?
Donna: Right now?
Slade: I’m offering you my services, free of charge. What do you say?
Donna: Ah… I think I’d be a little afraid.
Slade: Of what?
Donna: Afraid of making a mistake.
Slade: No mistakes in the tango Donna, not like life. It’s simple. That’s what makes the tango so great. If you make a mistake, if you get all tangled up, just tango on. 

Scent of A Woman (1992).

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10 thoughts on “Tango

  1. I like the expressions you have captured here. The cross-processing makes for some drama, too. I have not seen the movie that you cited, but I really enjoyed the clip. There is no way that I could move with any degree of grace, so it made me a little jealous. Nice work!

  2. It’s one of my favorite movies of all times, Michael, especially because of this scene! I love the couple you have found, with the intense look on their faces. Perfect for the Tango in color or B&W!

  3. I haven’t seen your new layout — it looks awesome! Love the new colours. Very bright.

    On a side note, I wish I knew how to dance … let alone the tango!

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