Release Date: 19 September 2005 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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This twisted brave funny film from Spanish director Pedro Almodovar takes an unflinching look at the link between sex death and religion. Antonio Banderas stars as Angel a sensitive student of matador Diego (Nacho Martinez) whose goring at the horns of a bull has left him obsessed with killing. In order to prove his manhood to Diego the misguided Angel tries to rape his model girlfriend (Eva Cobo) and when that fails he confesses to a string of murders he didnt commit. Maria (Assumpta Serna) a mysterious attractive lawyer takes his case but winds up falling for Diego revealing some dark secrets of her own. The pair begin a beautifully doomed romance as a police inspector (Eusebio Poncela) begins to fathom who the real killer or killers may be. This was the fifth film from the talented Almodovar and it reveals a true genius at work in his use of symbolic color structure metaphor and homage to Hitchcock and Welles. MATADOR is fast-moving disturbing erotic and undeniably brilliant in a way most American audiences may not be prepared for but should certainly seek out. Almodovar regulars Carmen Maura Julietta Serano Chus Lampreave and Veronica Forque costar.
Release Date: 19 September 2005
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Pedro Almodovar

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Catalogue No: OPTD0172