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Pedro Almodóvar’s ‘Ache and Glory’ Is A Gorgeous Birthday celebration Of Filmmaking & Love [Cannes Review]

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The credit unspool, “Un movie de Almodóvar” seems on-screen. For audiences, this card is a ensure of high quality—a promise sponsored up via a fistful of masterpieces: “Girl at the Verge of a Frightened Breakdown,” “All About My Mom,” “Communicate to Her,” “Volver,” “The Pores and skin I Are living In,” amongst others. Pedro Almodóvar’s newest paintings “Ache and Glory” arrives on the Cannes Movie Competition following its April premiere in Spain, and he’s delivered but some other masterwork.

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