Tango Movies

Argentine Tango is more than just a dance; it inspired great works of many artists. Tango has been an inspiration to movies since the invention of cinema. Like the great tango scene performed by Rudolph Valentino we can see in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. It features in many movies throughout the years, but recently tango is in the spotlight again, appearing in many big movie productions like the recent musicals, Chicago and Moulin Rouge. In this article you can find out well-known movies that were inspired by tango.

Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005) - starring Rob Schneider, Eddie Griffin & Jeroen Krabbé, director Mike Bigelow
Guess Who (2005) - starring Bernie Mac, Ashton Kutcher, Zoe Saldana & Hal Williams, director Kevin Rodney Sullivan
Not Here to be Loved (2005) - Original title: Je Ne Suis Pas Là Pour Être Aimé, starring Patrick Chesnais, Anne Consigny & Georges Wilson, director Stéphane Brizé
Head in the Clouds (2004) - starring Charlize Theron, Penélope Cruz & Stuart Townsend, director John Duigan
Shall we Dance (2004) - starring Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon & Jennifer Lopez, director Peter Chelsom
The Rashevski Tango (2003) - Original title: Le Tango Des Rashevski, starring Hippolyte Girardot, Ludmila Mikaël, & Michel Jonasz, director Sam Garbarski
The Tuxedo (2002) - starring Jackie Chan, Jennifer Love Hewitt & Jason Isaacs, director Kevin Donovan
Assassination Tango (2002) - starring Robert Duvall, Rubén Blades & Kathy Baker, director Robert Duvall
Chicago (2002) - starring Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones & Richard Gere, director Rob Marshall
Frida (2002) - starring Salma Hayek & Mía Maestro, director Julie Taymor

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