Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis
At first it was a strange provincial upstart… But the years of hard labor and the hot southern sun, the faithful love of regular guests and a little piece of luck turned Tango d’Amore to the real, serious festival despite a hint of famous Odessa style humour.
Written by Maya Tulchinskaya
Did You Know?
At Tango d’Amore-4 Festival in 2012 DJs had some peculiar demands in their riders. e.g. Julian Ingram
demanded a toy robot playing electronic music to assist him during milonga. The robot was delivered and his performance was greatly appreciated by the audience.. See more
Tango d’Amore festival this year is 300 min shorter than the longest movie on imdb.com
In 2011 the Saturday Milonga venue have been discovered to be double-booked with a wedding. At some point wedding guests were offered to send lanterns into the sky, they left and never came back.
As it turned out, if you've conducted certain number of training drills before anything can be turned into Milonga within half an hour.
- Thank you for the dance, miss!
- What dance? I was just passing you on my way through the crowd to the door!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What weather is expected in Odessa in July?
A: Weather in Odessa in July is always great! Even when it's bad.
Q:What dress code will be suitable for Odessa streets?
A: If you are a girl the answer will be - almost naked. If you are a man dress code doesn't matter. Just note you need a big handkerchief because it's really hot in Odessa especially when you see local girls.