The opening tango sequence was filmed at Niño Bien on our last night in Argentina. ‘Niño bien’, as explained to me, is a term for spoiled ‘good sons’ from upper class Buenos Aires families, probably dancing in the milongas every night until dawn.  We came to Argentina to search for the tango and to look for a Chinese restaurant owner who could take me to the spirit of this haunting dance. Kwoi had come to Buenos Aires the previous Christmas and found Chiang at Casa China.  Although not exactly the tango-dancing type, Chiang comes close.  He epitomizes the loneliness and melancholy of the tango.