TV preview: Jacobi and Reid dance the 'Tango'

Published September 4, 2013 5:32 pm
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Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid star in "Last Tango In Halifax," a winning British drama about a pair of older singles who reconnect several decades after they were almost an item in high school. "It is a love affair between two people who happen to be in their 70s," Jacobi said. It's charming, witty, funny and endearing — and Jacobi and Reid are absolutely fantastic.

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