Flamenco, Flamenco

it must be said: Flamenco Flamenco is the most beautifully photographed film in recent memory.
-Chuck Wilson, Village Voice
Pure passion cascades from the frames of Flamenco, Flamenco""""
-Michael Rechtshaffen, LA Times
Truly cinematic.
-Dennis Harvey, Variety
Somptueux!
-TéléCinéObs
Le cinéaste espagnol peint une belle fresque du flamenco contemporain
-Critikat.com

Synopsis

Another generation. Another flamenco. And Carlos Saura is always taking it a little step further. Sixteen years after his groundbreaking film FLAMENCO Saura thinks "there is a really mighty new flamenco; a flamenco of young talents," and introduces these newcomers, accompanied by some of the great living maestros such as Manolo Sanlucar, Paco de Lucia, Tomatito and José Mercé. Trying to recapture the lighting and atmosphere of flamenco, gigantic reproductions of works by Spanish painters like Goya form the background, FLAMENCO, FLAMENCO is the greatest exponent of producing musical cinema through film, art, music, dancing and incredibly beautiful singing.

Theatrical Release Date

Friday, December 16, 2011
Original Languages: Spanish
Genre: Documentary
Running Time: 130 min.
Year: 2010

CREDITS

DIRECTED BY
Carlos Saura

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