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“The Human Voice” | Jean Cocteau, Pedro Almodóvar & Tilda Swinton

Pedro Almodovar

Izvorna predstava Jeana Cocteaua, postavljena u Parizu, izvodi se u jednom ?inu i uklju?uje ženin posljednji telefonski poziv s njezinim ljubavnikom (s kojim je u vezi pet godina), a koji se narednog dana treba oženiti drugom ženom. Poziv pokre?e vrtlog depresije kod protagonistice. Tekst “The HUman Voice” jako je zna?ajan za Almodóvara, uveo ga je 1987. u film “Zakon želje”, gdje se Carmen Maura pojavila u scenskoj produkciji. Djelo ga je tako?er inspiriralo 1988. godine u filmu “Žene na rubu živ?anog sloma”, njegov prvi igrani film nominiran za Oscara.

Film je planiran za prikazivanje na 77. Venicijanskom Filmskom Festivalu.

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The original Jean Cocteau play, set in Paris, is delivered in one act, and turns on a woman?s final phone call with her lover of five years, who is scheduled to marry another woman the following day. The call triggers crippling depression in the protagonist. The play has long been an influential source for Almodóvar, who featured it in 1987?s “The Law of Desire” where Carmen Maura appeared in a stage production. It also inspired 1988?s “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” his first Oscar-nominated feature.

The short drama is planned for 77. Venice Film Festival.

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