It Only Takes Two to Tango, right?


Do you know places which can make you feel like you're in a set of a movie? Perfect scenography, perfect light, perfect music, and perfect atmosphere? Where everything seems to be perfectly designed for a Goddard or a Fellini film? Or maybe a place where you can seem to imagine Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astair dancing to Frank Sinatra?
Well...
During the warm nights of the summer of 2016, while I was still living in Munich, I've found it.
No cameras, except mine.
No actors, no producers, no wardrobe assistants.
No nothing.

People from all ages - specially couples on their 40's, 50's and maybe 60's-, or just random strangers come here at night just for the sake of dance.

There, there's only the tango music that comes out of a small radio that is brought by a dance teacher with orange dyed hair. There's also the occasional sound of an almost sleeping city -it's like those fifteen first minutes that are narrated in Julles Dessin "The Naked City" film noir movie. And they - the non-actors. And the moon. And the dance. Just that, and it's perfect.
This is a selected set of photos that I've captured during a week of documenting this incredible sur(real) place. 

It takes two to tango 
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400 

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It takes two to tango
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400

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It takes two to tango
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400 

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It takes two to tango
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400 

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It takes two to tango
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400 

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It takes two to tango
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400 

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It takes two to tango
Staatliche Antikensammlung, Munich, July 2016

Nikon F65 x AgfaPhoto APX 400 

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