Happy People: A Year in the Taiga Co-Directed by Werner Herzog
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One of Latin America's signature dance styles gets examined from an unexpected angle in the vibrant, colorful documentary Tango Negro: The African Roots of Tango. Many South American nations, including Argentina and Uruguay, have a history of slavery and tango's roots are heavily intertwined with the culture and thrillingly percussive music of those slaves who were brought over from central Africa. Part concert film, part historical account, Tango Negro is a stirring tribute to the early, uncelebrated creators of one of the world's most beloved dance forms and is loaded with beautiful scenery, music and informative interviews with tango experts and fans. Learn More
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“Gorgeous! A Herzogian rumination on life lived at the extremes” —New York Magazine
“Spectacular! You don’t want to miss Happy People on the big screen.” —Boston Herald
2010. Werner Herzog and Dmitry Vasyukov. 94 mins. Germany.