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Hable Con Ella (Talk To Her)

Hable Con Ella (Talk To Her)
Hable Con Ella (Talk To Her)




108 minutes


Drama, Romance



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Two men meet in a hospital and start talking as they both watch over women in long-term comas - one as a nurse doing voluntary extra duty, the other as a boyfriend. Both, it turns out, have more of an emotional connection with the women who will not speak back than they do with anyone conscious. Gradually however, the two men form a close bond. That might sound like a creepy basis for a story, but genius Spanish director Pedro Almodovar manages to come up with a film that's constantly surprising, and funny, full of the tenderness and compassion that has seen him become one of the world's most acclaimed filmmakers.

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15 Classification

Contains some violence, strong language and nudity.

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