Adrian Schvarzstein


Juan, the dancing star from the south, is looking for the dancing girl of his dreams. The street becomes his spot, the music is enchanting and the little man asks you for a dance. It can be intimate or not, it can be the Paso Doble or the Rumba, but you would like it in every way.

Juan likes to dance. His  scene is the street, and he play a charming barrel organ whose pleasant rhythms tell us about his  special relationship with the public.

There is a little detail: the public is unaware of the disaster that is about to happen in front of them.