The filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is the protagonist of the new installment of the documentary series ‘Pongamos que hablo de’, by AtresPlayer Premiun, which has already successfully premiered the chapters dedicated to the singer Joaquin Sabina.
The documentary series, presented by the journalist Iñaki López, is planned in blocks of three chapters and will reach Spanish homes in its entirety next Sunday, October 25, according to the Atresmedia internet transmission service.
In the first episode, López will explore the artist’s life through his first films, with “The Law of Desire” as a backdrop.
“Let’s say I’m talking about Pedro Almodóvar” provides statements from artists, journalists, filmmakers and actors such as Nieves Herrero, Luz Casal, Paco León, Loles León, Álex de la Iglesia and Iñaki Gabilondo.
Produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with Happy Ending and directed by Alberto del Pozo, “Let’s say I talk about Pedro Almodóvar” shows “the most personal side of the film director, from the hand of fellow professionals and faces known and anonymous who have never spoken in front of the camera, “says the chain.
In each chapter, which will last half an hour, there will also be a tour of the entire audiovisual archive of the artist including unpublished audiovisual material by Pablo Pérez Mínguez and part of the photographic archive of Paco Martín.
Likewise, Vanessa Martín will put the musical note on this documentary with a version of the song “Think and me” and Guitarrica de la Fuente will do a version of “Volver”, both mythical songs from two of his films most famous, “Heels far” and “Back”.
The series includes more than 30 interviews that discover the most personal side of AlmodóvarAmong them, Soledad Fernández, an old colleague of hers, appears for the first time on television to tell curiosities of the “most unknown Pedro”.
Also, after many years away from the screens, his partner Fabio Mcnamara will appear, an artist with whom Pedro formed one of the most irreverent musical duos in Spanish music of the 80s.