Adiós Abuelo (English language: Goodbye Grandad) is a 1996 Argentine musical film directed by Emilio Vieyra and written by Isaac Aisemberg. It stars Jairo and Stella Maris Lanzani. It was filmed in Buenos Aires.
Screenshot from the film
|Directed by||Emilio Vieyra|
|Produced by||Carlos Celano|
|Written by||Isaac Aisemberg|
|Starring||Stella Maris Lanzani|
|Music by||Horacio Malviccino|
|Cinematography||Victor Hugo Caula|
|Edited by||Miguel López|
5 September 1996
In this musical based around tango dancing, an integral part of Argentine culture, a tango singer assumes responsibility for the five-year-old son of an ensemble's musical director after he is forced into exile with his wife for political reasons.
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