Pedro Almodovar

I’m not sure if anyone out there would call this filmmaker blindspot egregious, but somehow I feel it is. With two marathons complete this year (John Cassavetes & John Ford) I feel a need to spread my wings into some non-American cinema, and with that I want to start diving into the work of Mr. Pedro Almodovar. I’ve so far only seen his latest release (The Skin I Live In) which I loved, and am looking forward to dissecting the syllabus of seven films I’ve laid out for myself as listed below:

  • Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990)
  • Volver (2006)
  • All About My Mother (1999)
  • Talk To Her (2002)
  • Broken Embraces (2009)
  • Bad Education (2004)
  • The Flower of my Secret (1995)

The marathon will begin next week when I will review one film a week — with an off week given when I have a official Blindspot film to review (i.e. the last Tuesday of each month). I hope you all look forward to it.

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