Volver (2006)

Original Title : Volver
Director : Pedro Almodóvar
Writer : Pedro Almodóvar
Genre : Comedy
Country : Spain
Language : Spanish
Producer : Agustín Almodóvar , Esther García
Music : Alberto Iglesias
Photography : José Luis Alcaine
Distributor : 20th Century Fox de Argentina
MPAA Rating : Rated R some sexual content and language.
IMDB ID : 0441909
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Penélope Cruz Raimunda
Carmen Maura Irene
Lola Dueñas Sole
Blanca Portillo Agustina
Yohana Cobo Paula
Chus Lampreave Tía Paula
Antonio de la Torre Paco
Carlos Blanco Emilio
María Isabel Díaz Regina (as Isabel Díaz
Neus Sanz Inés (as Nieves Sanz Escobar
Leandro Rivera Production Assistant
Yolanda Ramos Presentadora TV
Carlos García Cambero Carlos
Pepa Aniorte Vecina
Elvira Cuadrupani Vecina
María Alfonsa Rosso Vecina (as Alfonsa Rosso
Fany de Castro Vecina
Eli Iranzo Vecina
Magdalena Brotto Vecina
Isabel Ayúcar Vecina
Concha Galán Vecina
Marie Fran Torres Vecina
Natalia Roig Vecina
Pilar Castro Ayudante de la presentadora (scenes deleted
Carmen Machi Hermana rubia de Agustina (scenes deleted
Anna Magnani Maddalena Cecconi (archive footage
Raimunda Sánchez Expósito Elderly woman who falls asleep in funeral
Agustín Almodóvar (uncredited


Raimunda lives in Madrid with her daughter Paula and her husband Paco who's always drunk. Her sister Sole is separated and work clandestinely as a hairstylist for women. The two sisters lost their parents in a fire in La Mancha their birth village years ago. In the village remains only their aunt Paula that continue to speak about her sister Irene, mother of the two, like if she is still alive. When the old aunt die the situation change and the past come back (Volver) again, in a twist of mystery and suspense.


Almodovar, but no carnal episodes, 17 July 2006 Author: Anton Nossik ( from Moscow, Russia An extremely kind, compassionate and tender film noir, from Spain',s most internationally acclaimed filmmaker, might lack some of the suspense his other movies are famous for, but still it keeps the spectator thrilled and anxious until the very last moments. Anyone who likes Almodovar movies should see this one, and you can bring your family along, for a change (kids and grandmas alike).Indeed, the movie lacks some of the usual Almodovar suspense, and whatever mysteries it contains, are generally solved by the viewer some 20 minutes before they are explicitly and verbally elaborated on screen. It looks like Almodovar lost some of his interest in the telltale part of his movies, paying more attention to acting and emotions. Well, acting is fully worth the shift.Penelope Cruz is predictably brilliant and gorgeous, but performance by other ladies (from the elderly Chuz Lampreave to teenage Cobo) is also worth applause.
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