THE HUMAN VOICE - Pedro Almodovar's newest on our screen!

May 19 to Jun 17
Tuesday to Thursday 4pm, 7pm

Pedro Almodovar - 2021 - 30m - No Matinees

ALSO PLAYING JUNE 22 TO JUNE 24 AT SAME SHOW TIMES!  

**DOUBLE FEATURED WITH HIS 1988 DELIRIOUSLY LOVABLE WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN!  THAT'S TWO MOVIES FOR ONLY ONE ADMISSION PRICE!**

NOTE:  ANY IN-PERSON SCREENINGS IN OUR CINEMA AUDITORIUM IS LIMITED TO 36 PEOPLE MAXIMUM BY STATE MANDATE!  MASKS OVER MOUTH & NOSE PLUS SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIRED IN OUR THEATER UNTIL NEW MEXICO ACHIEVES 60% FULL VACCINATION RATE - THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING, PATIENCE & COOPERATION WITH ALL OF THIS!

A woman (played by a terrific Tilda Swinton!) watches time passing next to the suitcases of her ex-lover (who is supposed to come pick them up, but never arrives) and a restless dog who doesn’t understand that his master has abandoned him.

"Swinton's performance is just absolutely riveting..." - Mark Kermode, Kermode & Mayo's Film Review

"An elegant jeu d'ésprit from Almódovar, with a bleak hint that moving on from the present malaise will mean some kind of wholesale destruction." - Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

"Swinton is the centrepiece - the human voice of this witty, teasing movie and the human pulse as well." - Danny Leigh, Financial Times

"Almodóvar's sense of cinema design - the décor simulates a luxe apartment and lays it bare as a soundstage illusion - is acutely keyed to Swinton's performance here, which projects mercurial emotion with Swiss watch precision." - Glenn Kenny, New York Times

"A banquet disguised as a light lunch, heady with flavors; you come away blissfully sated and hungry for more." - Ty Burr, Boston Globe

"It is every inch, through and through an Almodóvar film, and Tilda Swinton is perfect as his muse." - Christy Lemire, FilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)

"Almodóvar brilliantly creates another female-focused world that's a curiosity of maddening, theatrical, melodramatic, verging-on-camp questions..." - Alexa Dalby, Dog and Wolf

"Almodovar's film is nuanced and canny. Even the credits - spelled out in carpenter's tools - declare it to be a well-crafted confection." - Sarah Kent, The Arts Desk

"The scenes are beautifully curated, almost like they have come from the kitsch stylings of a Wes Anderson film, but with all the Hollywood glamour of the 1930s." - Jenny Desborough, Daily Express (UK)

"Brief as it is, Almodóvar manages to infuse the story of the woman and her dog, abandoned by the man they both love, with a palpable sense of significance." - Lisa Trifone, Third Coast Review

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