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Film
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  Talk To Her cinematronic
  director

Pedro Almodóvar

cast

Javier Cámara, Leonor Watling, Darío Grandinetti, Rosario Flores, Geraldine Chaplin

year

2002

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  Whether dealing in psychological drama or sex comedy, Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar (All About My Mother") is known for his powerful film portraits of female characters. But Almodóvar changes his thrust with the tragic "Talk to Her," getting under the skin of two radically different men in an exploration of happenstance, devotion and unexpectedly intertwined lives. Macho Marco and nurturing Benigno forge a bond of friendship at a hospital where the respective women that they cherish are barely clinging to life. Benigno (Javier Cámara), a gentle, lonely nurse, is devoted to his patient Alicia (Leonor Watling), a ballet student in a coma. They only met face-to-face once, but he's been in love with her since he began watching her from his apartment window as she practiced at a dance studio across the street. Marco (Darío Grandinetti), a no-nonsense journalist, is at the bedside of his girlfriend Lydia (Rosario Flores), a famous bullfighter who was gored and rendered comatose. Almodóvar lays open the secrets, frailties and strengths that ensnare these people. With Geraldine Chaplin as Katerina, Alicia's dance teacher.  
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