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I Don't Know What Your Eyes Have Done to Me

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Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:65 minutes
Cast:Ada Falcon, Miguel Ciacci, Aníbal Ford, Rolando Goyaud, José A. Martínez Suárez
Director:Lorena Muñoz, Sergio Wolf
Writer:Lorena Muñoz, Sergio Wolf

Description: Explore the strange fate of the Argentine singer and Tango legend who inexplicably vanished at the height of her fame as filmmakers Sergio Wolfe and Lorena Muñoz unravel the mystery of iconic superstar Ada Falcón. In combining footage from Falcón's numerous Argentine film appearances with voice-over narration that follows every step of her remarkable career, Wolfe and Muñoz create a documentary that cleverly poses as a mystery thriller. When their tireless investigation eventually leads them to the reclusive Franciscan Nun who has done her best to leave her fame behind, what follows is a fascinating look into the high price of fame and a compelling portrait of an icon unwilling to sacrifice her deep-rooted beliefs for the hollow glory of stardom.~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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