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Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
Middle of the road Almodovar fare is still beguiling.
Dominic Dirupo almost 7 years ago
Plods and plods
tamuna eristavi over 1 year ago
Gustavo Lisboa Empinotti almost 3 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 3 years ago
Sezgin Şahin almost 5 years ago
Debbie Bowers over 5 years ago
Cara Crocker over 5 years ago
Zan almost 6 years ago
Joni Salama almost 6 years ago
Ximena Prieto over 6 years ago
Bis Lf over 6 years ago
Jhésica Álvarez over 6 years ago
Diana Quispe over 6 years ago
Emilio Lara Perea over 6 years ago
Michael Morris over 6 years ago
Heleen Barnard over 6 years ago
Broken Embraces (Spanish: Los abrazos rotos) is a 2009 Spanish romantic thriller film written, produced, and directed by Pedro Almodóvar; a four-way tale of dangerous love, and was shot in the style of a hard-boiled 1950s American film noir, or its descendant, the neo-noir genre. Many themes include noir references such as film posters in sets, angular, high contrast lighting and the characters' struggle with their illicit passions. However, like most Almodovar films, it is filmed in bright color rather than the black-and-white emblematic of noire. The cast includes many Almodóvar regulars such as Ángela Molina, Lola Dueñas and Penélope Cruz (her fourth film with the director). The film's soundtrack includes Cat Power, Uffie, and Can. "Harry Caine" (Lluís Homar) is a blind writer who shares his life with his agent Judit (Blanca Portillo) and her adult son, Diego (Tamar Novas). Slowly, events in the present begin to bring back memories of the past. Harry hears that millionaire Ernesto...
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