Followed by:
THE HUMAN VOICE (2020) [LA VOZ HUMANA]
Tilda Swinton swallows the screen as a woman traumatized by the end of a relationship in Pedro Almodóvar's first English-language film. In 30 mesmerizing minutes, Swinton's nameless character runs through a frightening gamut of emotions, from despair to fury to exhilaration, all while isolated in a luxurious apartment that's also a stage set; her only companions are her ex-lover's dog, Dash, and the betrayer's unheard presence on the other end of her phone. Almodóvar used many of his frequent collaborators, including cinematographer José Luis Alcaine and composer Alberto Iglesias, for this impeccably designed yet combustible adaptation of Jean Cocteau's 1930 play "The Human Voice." (Note courtesy of New York Film Festival.) DIR/SCR Pedro Almodóvar, based on the play by Jean Cocteau; PROD Agustín Almodóvar, Esther García. Spain, 2020, color, 30 min. In English. RATED R

AFI Member passes accepted.

Post-screening pre-recorded Q&A with Pedro Almodóvar at the following shows:
Fri, Oct. 13, 8:50
Sat, Oct. 14, 4:30
Mon. Oct. 16, 8:50
Tue, Oct. 17, 8:50
Wed, Oct. 18, 6:45 & 8:50
Thurs, Oct. 19, 8:50" /> AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center

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STRANGE WAY OF LIFE with THE HUMAN VOICE (2020)

Select screenings will be followed by a 30 min. pre-recorded Q&A with Pedro Almodóvar, exclusive to theaters. Details below.

STRANGE WAY OF LIFE [EXTRAÑA FORMA DE VIDA]
Riding into the border town of Bitter Creek, Mexican gunslinger Silva (Pedro Pascal) is hoping to rekindle a romance with the gruff sheriff Jake (Ethan Hawke) after a 25-year absence. Reminiscing about their youthful, lust-filled days as guns for hire in Mexico, the two quickly fall back into bed. But Silva has ulterior motives — he's got a favor to ask an old friend. Pedro Almodóvar's alluring, English-language Western, shot in southern Spain in the same village built for Sergio Leone's "Man with No Name" trilogy, sizzles with desire, star power and style. Official Selection, 2023 Cannes Film Festival. DIR/SCR Pedro Almodóvar; PROD Agustín Almodóvar, Esther García. Spain/France, 2023, color, 31 min. In English. RATED R

Followed by:
THE HUMAN VOICE (2020) [LA VOZ HUMANA]
Tilda Swinton swallows the screen as a woman traumatized by the end of a relationship in Pedro Almodóvar's first English-language film. In 30 mesmerizing minutes, Swinton's nameless character runs through a frightening gamut of emotions, from despair to fury to exhilaration, all while isolated in a luxurious apartment that's also a stage set; her only companions are her ex-lover's dog, Dash, and the betrayer's unheard presence on the other end of her phone. Almodóvar used many of his frequent collaborators, including cinematographer José Luis Alcaine and composer Alberto Iglesias, for this impeccably designed yet combustible adaptation of Jean Cocteau's 1930 play "The Human Voice." (Note courtesy of New York Film Festival.) DIR/SCR Pedro Almodóvar, based on the play by Jean Cocteau; PROD Agustín Almodóvar, Esther García. Spain, 2020, color, 30 min. In English. RATED R

AFI Member passes accepted.

Post-screening pre-recorded Q&A with Pedro Almodóvar at the following shows:
Fri, Oct. 13, 8:50
Sat, Oct. 14, 4:30
Mon. Oct. 16, 8:50
Tue, Oct. 17, 8:50
Wed, Oct. 18, 6:45 & 8:50
Thurs, Oct. 19, 8:50

61 Minutes
Drama

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