Fifth about The Seventh

Julieta (2016)

JulietaJulieta: Pedro Almodóvar’s film tells a story that chose to go large in the emotions displayed. However, those larger-then-life dramas fail to connect (or suggest they make much sense), so the film turns out somewhat emotionally shallow. Part of the problem is that, however adequate in their acting Emma Suárez and Adriana Ugarte are, they do not quite look or act like the same character; the fragmentation that comes out it deepens the issue. Nevertheless, the film is technically well-done, nicely shot by Jean-Claude Larrieu and with interesting music by Alberto Iglesias.


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