**Closed in July 2014 and replaced by Mike McCarrels 2nd & 4th Saturday Milonga**

The "aime comme moi" Milonga
(argentine tango social dance)
Every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month

at Tango Berretín
6305 SE Foster Rd (MAP)
Portland OR

Drop-in Beginner’s Lesson 8pm-9pm
(lesson included in cost of milonga)
Dancing 9pm-1am


DJed & Hosted by Joe Leonardo

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Premiere Screening of “Pornography” September 22nd in Portland

Premiere Screening of “Pornography”
September 22nd in Portland

We are very pleased announce the premiere screening of the newest Tango Silent Film, “Pornogarphy” in Portland OR at Tango Berretín. This is our 5th episode in the Tango Silent Films series and features Reynold and Natasha discovering just how difficult tango relationships can be, especially when someone like Mabel May comes into the picture! This film is an EPIC tango adventure and we are SO excited to share with you!
Tango Silent Films #5 "Pornography"
Saturday, September 22nd – 11pm
During The “aime comme moi” Milonga
at Tango Berretín
6305 SE Foster Rd. Portland, OR

Film Screening at 11pm sharp
Drop-in Beginners Tango Lesson 8pm
Dancing 9pm-1am
$11 for Dancing and Film – $5 for Film only
The Film:
“Pornography” (Episode #5 of TSF)
Runtime 15 minutes
Description: In the world of Argentine Tango, relationships can be tricky! And this is exactly what Reynold Clifton and Natasha Primrose discover when their own relationship is put to the test by Reynold’s wandering eye and the ever-flighty Mabel May. “Pornography” tells the hilarious and surprising story of a typical tango couple’s trials and tribulations through lust, jealousy, and fantasy.
Watch the trailer for “Pornography”
The Dance:
The film will be screened during a very special “aime comme moi” Milonga (Argentine tango social dance party). If you are new to Argentine tango, Joe Leonardo will be offering a wonderful beginner’s class this evening from 8 to 9pm. Dancing will be 9pm-1am with the screening at 11pm in the main room.
For more information about the Tango Silent Films project, visit tangosilentfilms.com.
This film was made in part with the support of PROJECT TANGO (SF Bay Area)