Al Corazón

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Al corazón
AlCorazon.jpg
Directed by Mario Sábato
Produced by Alberto González
Written by Mario Sábato
Starring Libertad Lamarque
Alberto Castillo
Hugo del Carril
Music by Sexteto Mayor
Cinematography Sergio Dotta
Edited by Norberto Rapado
Distributed by Argentina Video Home
Release date
6 June 1996
Running time
92 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

Al Corazón (English language:To the Heart) is a 1996 Argentine documentary musical film dancing directed and written by Mario Sábato. The film starred Libertad Lamarque and Alberto Castillo. The film explores the history of tango dancing in Argentina, and was filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cast[edit]

Release and acclaim[edit]

The film was produced both in black and white and in colour. It premiered on 22 March 1996. In 1997, Al Corazón's film editor Norberto Rapado won a Silver condor award for Best Film Editing at the Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards.

Narrators of the film Enrique Cadícamo and Adriana Varela

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