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The bond that eventually unites the two men in "Talk to Her" is that they share these abilities. Jun 9, This is a story about the friendship between two men, about solitude, about the long process of healing wounds provoked by passion, about communication and the lack of it in relationships.

Of course, they? But there is a special effects sequence of outrageous audacity, a short silent film fantasy in which a little man attempts to please a woman with what can only be described as total commitment.

In the audience Benigno Javier Camara notices that the man sitting next to him is crying.

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The startling outcome of one of the cases, which I will not reveal, sets an almost insoluble moral dilemma for us. The bond that eventually unites the two men in "Talk to Her" is that they share these abilities. What does this do to her putative humanity? The contrivance here is the unlikely friendship struck up by two fellows watching over their comatose loved ones at a hospital. Though Benigno has covertly witnessed Marco crying during the performance of a Pina Bausch dance composition, the two men first formally meet in a hospital, where both are tending women they love who are in deeply comatose states. Maybe more than any other director, Almodovar creates his own world, entire of itself, with its own ecosystem of pleasure and pathos. Tweet A man cries in the opening scene of Pedro Almodovar's "Talk to Her," but although unspeakably sad things are to happen later in the movie, these tears are shed during a theater performance. Complex and very rich, with great performances and a fabulous music score, the film is wholly satisfying except for the silent movie sequence which didn't work at all for me.

The life of these four characters flows in all directions, past, present and future, leading all of them to an unexpected destiny. In the audience, we see two men who are still, at this point, strangers to each other.

This provocative, talented filmmaker is maturing magnificently — is it possible to just keep making better and better films Almodovar's done just that, for me Talk To Her surpasses his wonderful All About My Mother. Yet every frame bears his signature: the theatricality, the mischievously effective suspense, the adventures in identity and sexuality.

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Maybe more than any other director, Almodovar creates his own world, entire of itself, with its own ecosystem of pleasure and pathos. Benigno Javier Camara is a male nurse.

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Almodovar has created an unmined dramatic space for us to dwell in, and knocks any preconceived notions of morality and certainty out of his twisted world, and carries us alongIt is a film of magic - whether it is diabolism or wonder, I can't say, but it is there, and it will captivate you. Almodovar is revered as a director of women, yet it is the men who are the focus here, turning hospital beds into pedestals on which to place their loved ones. But there is a special effects sequence of outrageous audacity, a short silent film fantasy in which a little man attempts to please a woman with what can only be described as total commitment. The life of these four characters flows in all directions, past, present and future, leading all of them to an unexpected destiny. At the heart of this film is a rape which will have both tragic and redemptive consequences and it's typical of Almodovar that he romanticises this act by depicting it in a silent film called The Shrinking Lover which is funny and shocking and yet, poignant. Maybe more than any other director, Almodovar creates his own world, entire of itself, with its own ecosystem of pleasure and pathos. The contrivance here is the unlikely friendship struck up by two fellows watching over their comatose loved ones at a hospital. After Marco catches a snake in her kitchen we are reminded of Annie Hall's spider , she announces she will never be able to go back into that house again. As Marco, Dario Grandinetti is tough and masculine - a female nurse reckons he is well hung - though unashamed to show his tears when moved by drama or music.
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