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Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Smart but not preachy, funny but not over the top, genuine but not indulgent.
Gil Quintana 7 years ago
Almodóvar, que más puedo decir.
Gabriel Becker 8 months ago
Camila Peixoto 8 months ago
Aaron Jones almost 3 years ago
Mariana 3 years ago
Kamyar Askari 3 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
Milda almost 4 years ago
Cveti Kalcheva over 4 years ago
Joris Brakkee almost 5 years ago
Sara Cobas almost 5 years ago
Nicolas Baña almost 5 years ago
Sonia over 5 years ago
Caglarius Kara over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Sezgin Şahin over 5 years ago
Volver ( /ˌvɒlˈvɛər/; Spanish: "to come back", pronounced: [bolˈβer]) is a 2006 Spanish dramatic comedy film written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar. Headed by actress Penélope Cruz, the film features an ensemble cast starring Carmen Maura, Lola Dueñas, Blanca Portillo, Yohana Cobo, and Chus Lampreave. Revolving around an eccentric family of women from a wind-swept region south of Madrid, Cruz plays Raimunda, a working-class woman forced to go to great lengths to protect her 14-year-old daughter Paula. To top off the family crisis, her mother Irene comes back from the dead to tie up loose ends. The plot originates in Almodóvar's earlier film The Flower of My Secret (1995), where it features as a novel which is rejected for publication but is stolen to form the screenplay of a film named The Freezer. Drawing inspiration from the Italian neorealism of the late 1940s to early 1950s and the work of pioneering directors such as Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti, and Pier Paolo Pasolini,...
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