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Perhaps the most distinctive thing about Caroline Roboh's rambling follow-up to her 1983 debut CLEMENTINE TANGO is that it features one of the least likable protagonists ever: a handsome but impossibly arrogant and shallow young Londoner named Daniel. At the movies outset, Daniel chucks both his job as a graphic designer at an ad agency and, most cruelly,...read more

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Perhaps the most distinctive thing about Caroline Roboh's rambling follow-up to her 1983 debut CLEMENTINE TANGO is that it features one of the least likable protagonists ever: a handsome but impossibly arrogant and shallow young Londoner named Daniel. At t… (more)

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