Extraña ternura is a 1964 Argentine film directed by Daniel Tinayre based on a novel by Guy des Cars.
The young and inexperienced godson of a millionaire falls in love with a married cafe singer. The millionaire opposes this relationship because he feels a “strange tenderness” for the boy.
Astor Piazzolla and Lucio Milena wrote music for the film. At the persuasion of Egle Martin, Piazzolla set the poem “Graciela Oscura” by Ulyses Petit de Murat to music for the film; this song was repeated several times in the movie and was reported to be the main attraction of the film when it opened at the Cine Monumental in the spring of 1964.
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