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THE SKIN I LIVE IN / LA PIEL QUE HABITO (2011) Movie Photos

Antonio Banderas, Pedro Almodovar, The Skin I Live In, La Piel que Habito, 02

The Skin I Live In Movie Photos have premiered. Pedro Almodovar‘s The Skin I Live In / La piel que habito (2011) stars Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya, Marisa Paredes, Jan Cornet, and Roberto Alamo. The Skin I Live In (La piel que habito)’s plot synopsis: based on Theirry Jonque‘s 2005 book Tarantula, the film follows “a plastic surgeon’s revenge on the man who raped his daughter…this is a film that has a loathsome protagonist who, while seeking justice for his daughter, keeps his wife imprisoned and subjects her to humiliating sexual acts with strangers.” The extended synopsis for the book gives much away. There is more to this story than is in this post. If you want to read the full synopsis, you can find it here. We previously posted The Skin I Live In Teaser Poster. One of the photos is NSFW so be mindful of that when you scroll down in this post or enlarge the photo. The Skin I Live In also stars Bárbara Lennie, Fernando Cayo, Eduard Fernández, José Luis Gómez, and Isabel Blanco. Look at The Skin I Live In movie photos below and leave your thoughts on them. The Skin I Live In will have a limited US release on November 18, 2011.

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Antonio Banderas, Pedro Almodovar, The Skin I Live In, La Piel que Habito, 01

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  • I just finished reading the book. I can’t wait to see how Almodovar interprets this story on the screen but I’ll bet it’s far better than Mygale which is nothing more than a short story with a hell of a twist. I don’t understand what the tiger-man image is about however, guess I’ll have to wait until November.

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