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Films

  1. All about My Mother = Todo Sobre Mi Madre. Dir. Pedro Almodóvar. By Pedro Almodóvar. Sony Picture Classics, 1999.
  2. Sherman’s March. By Ross McElwee. First Run Features, 1986. Netflix.
  3. The Return. Dir. Andrey Zvyagintsev. Prod. Yelena Kovalyova and Dmitry Lesnevsky. Kino International (US), 1976. Netflix.

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