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Pedro Almodóvar’s highly enjoyable over-the-top comic satire is set on an aeroplane experiencing in-flight difficulties.
Comedy 2013 90 mins
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Pedro Almodóvar returns to the outrageous comedies of his early career with a caper set almost entirely on an aeroplane experiencing difficulties in-flight. The plot takes in dodgy financial dealings, a dominatrix, a psychic virgin and a bizarre dance routine to the title song.
No one does a comic set piece like Almodovar – this is an outrageous and hilarious treat.
- Pedro Almodóvar
- Antonio de La TorreHugo SilvaMiguel Angel SilvestreLaya MartíAntonio Banderas
- Contains strong sex, sex references and drug use
- Spanish with English subtitles
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