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Directed by: Pedro Almodóvar

Produced: 2002

Countries & Regions: Spain

DVD Details

Certificate: 15

Length: 109 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 2

Released: 24 February 2003

Cat No: P9049DVD

Extras:
DVD 5
Anamorphic (16:9)
Languages(s): Spanish
Subtitles: English
Interactive Menu
Scene Access
Screen ratio 1:2.35
Dolby Digital 5.1

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Talk To Her

Cast: Geraldine Chaplin , Fele Martinez , Paz Vega , Rosario Flores , Elena Anaya , Javier Camara , Leonor Watling , Dario Grandinetti , Pina Bausch , Mariola Fuentes , Malou Airaudo , Caetano Veloso

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Pedro Almodovar’s tale of dance, bullfighters, love and comas. Benigno (Javier Cámara) is a housebound nurse who falls in love with a... Read More

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Pedro Almodovar’s tale of dance, bullfighters, love and comas. Benigno (Javier Cámara) is a housebound nurse who falls in love with a young dancer, Alicia (Leonor Watling), he sees rehearsing through his window. Marco (Darío Grandinetti) is a journalist who falls in love with a bullfighter, Lydia (Rosario Flores), after being assigned to interview her. When Alicia and Lydia are involved in separate accidents which send them both into a comas, Benigno and Marco meet at the hospital and unpredictable consequences promptly ensue.

One of my best movies of all time. Pedro Almodovar continues to make great movies till this day. A great character study of two men who fall for two different women bound by similar circumstances i.e. that of being in a coma in hospital. The story line is captivating and urges the viewer for more. The controversial cartoon "story" did get the tongues waging and I think this is the high point of the movie. Almodovar is a great film director, he never wanted to portray any explicit scenes but leaves everything to the imagination of the viewers to make their own conclusions as the story unfolds. What I find appealing about this film is the excelent DD 5.1, the use of bright colours as the bullfighters prepare for the occasion, the wardrobe's smart constumes & hats, the soundtrack including a performance by Caetano Veloso 'Cucurrucu Paloma' - wow!!! a sublime voice to die for. This belongs to all serious movie collectors. I don't usually use the word "Masterpiece" lightly and this is it.

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