Biografia De Pedro Almodóvar Essay

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Nacido el 25 de septiembre de 1949, en Calzada de Calatrava, una aldea de La Mancha, España. Almodóvar había desarrollado un amor por el cine y vi un gran surtido de directores internacionales. Trabajó en la compañía telefónica Telefonica mientras haciendo cortometrajes con una cámara Super-8 y perfeccionar su arte como escritor de relatos cortos y satíricos medios. Después de la muerte del dictador español Francisco Franco, en 1975, la ciudadanía experimentado nueva libertad que podría encontrarse en el movimiento de movida madrileña, una ola contracultural en que Almodóvar es visto como un icono con su obra erótica, irreverente.
La primera película comercial de Almodóvar era que el alocado Pepi, Luci, Bom y Otras Chicas del Montón (1980), adaptada de una historia que escribió para un fanzine. Fue seguida por Labyrinth of Passion de 1982, que marcó el debut cinematográfico de agente Antonio Banderas. Banderas llegó a colaborar con Almodóvar en varias características más durante la próxima década, incluyendo Laws of Desire (1987), primer papel de plomo de Banderas con el director.
Almodóvar continuó sus exploraciones de la carne con What Have I Done to Deserve This? (1984), Dark Habits (1984), Matador (1986) y el ya mencionado Desire antes de su gran avance internacional, la comedia Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988). La farsa alocada, basada en el apartamento, centrándose en las vidas interconectadas de un elenco femenino y sus amantes, era el mejor de España taquillera película desde hace varios años y fue nominada para una Premio de la Academia de película extranjera. La película fue convertida más tarde en un 2010 de Broadway musical.
Almodóvar provocó grandes gritos sobre su próximo largometraje Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!, con su parcela de actriz cautiva por y enamorarse de un hombre mentalmente trastornado y la MPAA también está dando la película una calificación X para sus escenas de sexo. El...

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