Two to Tango

Two to Tango, also known as Matar es morir un poco (English: "To Kill is To Die a Little"), is a 1989 American-Argentine suspense film directed by Héctor Olivera and based on the classic novel Last Days of the Victim by José Pablo Feinmann, who also co-wrote the screenplay. It was one in a number of ten movies Roger Corman produced in Argentina during the 1980s.[1][2]

Two to Tango
Directed byHéctor Olivera
Written byYolande Turner
José Pablo Feinmann
Beverly Gray (additional dialogue)
Based onLast Days of the Victim
by José Pablo Feinmann
Produced byRoger Corman
Alejandro Sessa [es]
StarringDon Stroud
Adrianne Sachs
Duilio Marzio
Michael Cavanaugh
Alberto Segado
CinematographyLeonardo Rodríguez Solís
Edited byEduardo López
Music byÓscar Cardozo Ocampo
Production
companies
Distributed byAries Cinematográfica Argentina
Release date
  • 1 February 1989 (1989-02-01)
Running time
87 minutes
CountriesArgentina
United States
LanguagesEnglish
Spanish

SynopsisEdit

A professional assassin who does not wish to continue as such receives an order from his employer (a mysterious "Company") to kill one last target in Buenos Aires. While completing this task, he falls in love with the lover of his future victim, to whom he proposes fleeing to Nepal together. But suddenly everything gets complicated.

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The film was based on the classic novel Ultimas dias de la victima, by Argentine screenwriter, philosopher and novelist Jose Pablo Feinmann. The book was adapted as a movie for the first time in the Argentinian film Últimos días de la víctima (1982).

The story was totally rewritten by a U.S. screenwriter, Yolanda Finch (Yolande Turner), together with Feinmann, for a North American audience.[1]

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