Nowness visited filmmaker, Pedro Almodóvar, in a New York City hotel room for a discussion of “femininity and beauty in light of his current macabre pulp fiction movie, ‘The Skin I Live In.'” Talking to fellow filmmaker, Alison Chernick, Almodóvar connects the strong women in his films with the inspirations of his past inclyding Bette Davis and Katharine Hepburn. Almodóvar is known for classic Spanish titles including 1990’s “Tie Me up, tie me Down,” “All About My Mother” and the jarring “Talk to her.”

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