All About My Mother

All About My Mother
All About My Mother

Year

1999

Duration

99 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

Spanish (English subtitles)

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Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar is known for his character-driven films featuring irreverent humour, strong-willed women and unconventional relationships, shot in bold, primary colours. All these elements come together in this uplifting, Best Foreign Language Film Oscar-winning tale of Manuela, a mother who decides to relocate to Barcelona after her son's sudden death. There she hopes to re-connect with her ex-husband, but also finds herself drawn into an intriguing circle of unusual people, some of whom are dealing with grief of their own.

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Passed '15' for strong language and sexuality.

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