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From 4 September 2019

Pain and Glory Dolor y gloria

Pedro Almodóvar / Spain / 2019 / 113 min / Spanish

A renowned filmmaker in physical decline (Antonio Banderas) experiences a series of re-encounters, some in the flesh, others remembered. His childhood in Valencia, his first adult love, the pain of the breakup, and his discovery of cinema.

cast Antonio Banderas, Asier Etxeandía, Julieta Serrano, Penélope Cruz

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The Spanish director's autobiographical ode to the craft of filmmaking won the Best Actor award at Cannes Film Festival and an Oscar nomination for best international film and best actor.

"Perfect cinema."
- El Mundo.

"As ever, Almodóvar has made a film about pleasure, which is itself a pleasure: witty, intelligent and sensuous."
- The Guardian

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