Rated 2.0 Hardcore dance fans may enjoy this melancholy story about art imitating life, but director Carlos Saura doesn’t recapture the passion or electricity he ignited with 1983’s Carmen. An Argentine choreographer (Miguel Angel Sola) is trying to make a socially potent film about the tango. The film gradually becomes a reflection of his own mid-life crisis, relationships with his estranged wife (Cecilia Narova) and a mobster moll (Mia Maestro), his career and political repression. This rather monotonous hybrid of All That Jazz and Fellini’s 8 1/2 was nominated for an Oscar.