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Skóra, w której zyje

Skóra, w której zyje
Skóra, w której zyje Rating: 74 out of 100 based on 55 reviews.
Obsada
Antonio Banderas

Robert Ledgard
Elena Anaya

Vera Cruz
Jan Cornet

Vicente
José Luis Gómez

Presidente del Instituto de Biotecnología
Blanca Suárez

Norma Ledgard
Susi Sánchez

Madre de Vicente
Chema Ruiz

Policía
Buika

Cantante (as Concha Buika)
Ana Mena

Norma joven
Teresa Manresa

Casilda Efraiz
Produkcja
Director:Pedro Almodóvar
Producer:Agustín Almodóvar (producer)
Esther García (producer)
Bárbara Peiró (associate producer)
Writer:Pedro Almodóvar (screenplay)
Thierry Jonquet (novel "Tarantula")
Agustín Almodóvar (collaboration)
Recenzje dla Skóra, w której zyje
NOLA.com
Pedro Almodovar has a little fun with his audience at the outset of his Spanish-language psychodrama "The Skin I Live In," playing coy about the sordid secrets nestled inside his bizarre and chilly modern-day "Frankenstein" tale.
St. Petersburg Times
The Skin I Live In is Almodóvar at his most audacious, nearly to the point of our wanting to view no more.
CinemaDope
Gender proves to be more than skin deep in “The Skin I Live In,” another pictorially ravishing, genre-bending satire from Spanish master Pedro Almodóvar.
Orlando Sentinel
All are touched on and one gets quite the going over in “The Skin I Live In,” a rare unpleasant evening at the movies from the director of “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” and “Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down.” It’s as disquieting as it is
The Austin Chronicle
The Skin I Live In is an assemblage, almost an homage to any number of "overly industrious (i.e., mad) scientist" films that have come before.
Recenzje dla Skóra, w której zyje
NOLA.com
Pedro Almodovar has a little fun with his audience at the outset of his Spanish-language psychodrama "The Skin I Live In," playing coy about the sordid secrets nestled inside his bizarre and chilly modern-day "Frankenstein" tale.
St. Petersburg Times
The Skin I Live In is Almodóvar at his most audacious, nearly to the point of our wanting to view no more.
CinemaDope
Gender proves to be more than skin deep in “The Skin I Live In,” another pictorially ravishing, genre-bending satire from Spanish master Pedro Almodóvar.
Orlando Sentinel
All are touched on and one gets quite the going over in “The Skin I Live In,” a rare unpleasant evening at the movies from the director of “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” and “Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down.” It’s as disquieting as it is
The Austin Chronicle
The Skin I Live In is an assemblage, almost an homage to any number of "overly industrious (i.e., mad) scientist" films that have come before.
Mark Reviews Movies
The Skin I Live In (La Piel Que Habito) is a pulpy revenge story about science run amok, but the real inspiration is in the film's structure. It peels back layer after layer of sickness within its protagonist until even the narrative itself is ...
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Dr. Robert Ledgard (Antonio Banderas) works in almost complete isolation in a stunning clinical compound called El Cigarral (the Orchard), located outside Toledo, Spain. He’s obsessed with ‘transgenesis,’ conducting cellular experiments that...
Sacramento News & Review
A plastic surgeon (Antonio Banderas) engages in forbidden experiments to create an artificial skin, which he applies to a patient that he keeps as a prisoner (Elena Anaya), and whom he is molding into the image of his dead wife.
madison.com
"The things that a madman's love can do!" exclaims one character in "The Skin I Live In," the new film from Spanish director Pedro Almodovar. That line could serve as the underlying theme for a lot of Almodovar's films...
Philly.com
THE SUPER-KINKY horror of "The Skin I Live In" is like Pedro Almodovar's toxic reaction to the prospect of becoming respectable.
Chicagotribune.com
Part of the payoff of the new Pedro Almodovar movie, "The Skin I Live In," comes in seeing Antonio Banderas reunite, after two decades, with the director whose flamboyant black comedies launched Banderas into stardom.
LarsenOnFilm
The distinction of The Skin I Live In isn't its oddness – this is Pedro Almodovar, after all - but rather its unpleasantness, a trait that's missing from Almodovar's other features.
Kc Active
In The Skin I Live In, Almodóvar molds Banderas into Robert Ledgard, a gifted plastic surgeon who’s on the verge of a breakthrough. He has a patient named Vera (Elena Anaya), who lives in comfortable but creepy room where the doctor and his maid...
New York Post
Spanish master filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar offers up a grisly Halloween trick-and-treat in his first full-out horror movie, an eye-popping and genuinely shocking gender-bending twist on Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo.’’
blu-ray.com
Writer/director Pedro Almodovar has always been drawn to the dark reaches of human behavior, though he usually surveys areas of pain and jealousy with a cheeky sense of humor and a heavy sense of compassion. “The Skin I Live In” is a chilling effort..
stltoday.com
In "The Skin I Live In," the pied piper of perversity takes us to the other side of the mirror to be ambushed by an obscure object of desire.
Miami Herald
The Skin I Live In could be described as Almodovar’s first horror film — not because it’s scary but because of the mood it invokes — but the themes it raises fold right into the filmmaker’s body of work. He's just never explored them quite this
Film Threat
How eerie and satisfying is it to see Pedro Almodóvar take on science. Lab equipment moves swiftly in “The Skin I Live In,” with the help of jump cuts to show continual action.
FirstShowing.net
The Skin I Live In (weird teasers didn't help either), but hot damn was this fantastic. Pedro is a Cannes Film Festival regular but has delivered a film this year that is completely different from most of his previous work yet still kicks ass.
Las Vegas Weekly
And that’s really all I ought to tell you, because the only real charge The Skin I Live In offers is the gradual and increasingly demented reveal of what’s going on. Alas, there’s no emotional subtext to the outré scenario, arresting though it is..
Film Freak Central
The Skin I Live In is almost all surface--a beautifully-carved wooden doll without any innards. That the doll should proudly display its hollow centre, which the movie does in numerous winks at its own clever vapidity, is admirable enough.
The A.V. Club
by the end of The Skin I Live In, Almodóvar has reverted too easily to his stock melodrama mode, with glossy surfaces covering up the characters’ deep hurt and loss.
RogerEbert.com
With a Pedro Almodovar film, we expect voluptuous sexual perversion, devious plot twists, a snaky interweaving of past and present, all painted on a canvas of bright colors with bold art and clothing. His latest film, "The Skin I Live In,"
The Baltimore Sun
Part of the payoff of the new Pedro Almodovar movie, "The Skin I Live In," comes in seeing Antonio Banderas reunite, after two decades, with the director whose flamboyant black comedies launched Banderas into stardom.
Movies.com
When a main character in any movie states, "I've got insanity in my entrails," it might lead you to believe that that character is going to have the weirdest story line in the film.
Metromix Chicago
There’s nothing unusual about an outrageous and unpredictable movie from Almodóvar, but “The Skin I Live In” is shocking and surprising even by his standards.
Time Out New York
There’s a single scene in Pedro Almodóvar’s latest—a plastic-surgery thriller—that fully supplies the queasy sense of shock you wish the movie had more of: A gorgeous woman in a skintight bodysuit runs with a butcher knife into a living room.
Boxoffice Magazine
Spanish icon Pedro Almodóvar lives up to his reputation for originality with this stunning take on the horror genre that references everyone from Alfred Hitchcock through Luis Buñuel and Dario Argento.
Monsters and Critics
Pedro Almodovar and early male muse Antonio Banderas are reunited in this intense study of obsession and revenge.
Movie Line
The idea of building a person to spec — especially when that person is some form of ideal woman — is one that’s haunted the movies in variations from My Fair Lady to Vertigo to Bride of Frankenstein to Weird Science.
Eric D. Snider
If you're familiar with Pedro Almodovar's previous movies, you shouldn't be surprised when it turns out his latest, called "The Skin I Live In," actually is about someone wearing new skin.
azcentral.com
"The Skin I Live In" will be a divisive moviegoing experience. One suspects it's meant to be.
Washington Post
Another look at depth of beauty
"The Skin I Live In" is a dish of almost too many ingredients. Gorgeously art-directed and photographed, and with solid acting all around, it's a spicy meal that nevertheless goes down with deceptive ease, thanks to the assured touch of a master chef.
Big Picture Big Sound
"The Skin I Live In", Pedro Almodóvar's latest, is just that: creepy, shocking, brilliant.
Slant Magazine
If this all sounds as convoluted and humorless as Broken Embraces, it is. Looks can be and usually are deceiving in The Skin I Live In and secrets are beyond abundant.
Chicago Sun-Times
"The Skin I Live In," does not disappoint.
RopeofSilicon.com
Don't let anyone tell you too much about Pedro Almodovar's The Skin I Live In, to know too much is to ruin the experience. However, please allow me to properly prepare you. It's still Almodovar.
EFilmCritic.com
Although Spanish director Pedro Almodovar has been hailed as one of the key filmmakers working in the world today for close to three decades, I must confess that it has taken me a long time to warm up to his works.
Fan The Fire
The Skin I Live In is a dark and fearsome tale of obsession, greed and brilliance.
Filmcritic.com
Plastic surgeon Robert Ledgard (Antonio Banderas) stands in silhouette. From behind a lectern, harsh spotlights highlight his olive complexion, an angelic halo outlining the Spaniard's finely tailored suit.
iHaveNet.com
Part of the payoff of the new Pedro Almodovar movie, "The Skin I Live In," comes in seeing Antonio Banderas reunite, after two decades, with the director whose flamboyant black comedies launched Banderas into stardom.
Rolling Stone
Anything for Halloween? I'd vouch for The Skin I Live In, a scary, sexy and terrifically twisted horror film from the artist known as Pedro Almodóvar, Spain's stylish maestro of kink and flamboyant emotion.
CinemaBlend.com
The Skin I Live In, the new film from writer/director Pedro Almodóvar, is a stunning, mind-bending thriller that takes the concept of revenge and makes you question how far is too far.
Matt's Movie Reviews
The art house meets the grindhouse as Pedro Almodovar delves into body horror territory in the engrossing and disturbing The Skin I Live In.
Mthai Movie
The Skin I Live In เป็นหนังแนวดราม่า ทริลเลอร์ ที่ต้องขอบคุณผู้กำกับที่สามารถถ่ายทอดบทหนังออกมาได้อย่างมีชั้นเชิง และ น่าสนใจ พร้อมกับการที่ให้คนดูตั้งคำถามเกี่ยวกับตัวบทหนังไปได้เรื่อยๆ ผสมผสานไปกับประเด็นจิตใจของมนุษย์ และ การแสดงดีๆ...
Quickflix
The Skin I Live In certainly puts the ! in ALMODOVAR! The Spanish auteur’s latest film is particularly melodramatic, bizarre, and visually sumptuous, even by his already heightened standards.
Kornang
หนังเป็นหนังที่ดูได้เรื่อยๆ มีมุขตลกเป็นพักๆ แต่ไอ้สิ่งที่ดูได้เลยมีหลายละเอียดแฝงไว้ในทุกฉาก ทุกตอน เป็นหนังที่ดูเอาสนุกได้เรื่องหนึ่ง และจะได้รู้ว่าอนุภาพของความรักมันน่ากลัวขนาดไหน
Film School Rejects
Great personal tragedies have the uncanny ability to leave a mark on those they touch – but Pedro Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In takes that concept to frightening new levels, mixing in healing with horror, pleasure with pain, and medical advancements...
National Post
So when he appears in Pedro Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In as Dr. Robert Ledgard, a brilliant but unhinged doctor, it may be an adjustment for audiences. But that is often Almodóvar’s mandate — his films adjust your mind.
QNetwork Entertainment
In The Skin I Live In, Pedro Almodóvar’s deeply saturated horror/melodrama pastiche, past and present, fiction, and truth are so intertwined and turned around that any sense of mystery the film develops is ultimately subsumed by its incessant...
Toronto.com
He’s still every bit as interested in personal and sexual identity as before, but now there’s a darker mood to proceedings that in the past would have reveled in absurdity. Indeed, the production notes refer to The Skin I Live In as Kafkaesque...
The Globe And Mail
Though beautiful to look at and graced with moments of ticklish camp, The Skin I Live In is also sluggish, arbitrarily conceived and, especially in its sagging middle, unaccountably dull.
Empire
For a director whose work is so distinctive, Pedro Almodóvar likes to make movies which grow out of other films.
Birmingham Mail
THERE’S no other major country like Spain that is dominated so much by one film director. But Pedro Almodóvar is an astonishing talent, as this tense thriller proves. Certainly, it’s the best looking film of the year to date.
TotalFilm.com
Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar’s 18th feature – his first with one-time muse Antonio Banderas since 1990’s Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! – explores the director’s oft-worked themes of sexual identity and desire while exhibiting his fondness for vivid
Obsada
Antonio Banderas...Robert Ledgard
Elena Anaya...Vera Cruz
Jan Cornet...Vicente
Marisa Paredes...Marilia
Roberto Álamo...Zeca
Eduard Fernández...Fulgencio
José Luis Gómez...Presidente del Instituto de Biotecnología
Blanca Suárez...Norma Ledgard
Susi Sánchez...Madre de Vicente
Bárbara Lennie...Cristina
Fernando Cayo...Médico
Chema Ruiz...Policía
Buika...Cantante (as Concha Buika)
Ana Mena...Norma joven
Teresa Manresa...Casilda Efraiz
Fernando Iglesias
Agustín Almodóvar...Agustín
Miguel Almodóvar...Hijo de Agustín
Marta R. Mahou...Profesora de Yoga en TV
Violaine Estérez...Colega del Dr. Ledgard (uncredited)
Esther García...Presentadora (uncredited)
Sheyla Fariña...Amigos (uncredited)
David Vila...Amigos (uncredited)
Guillermo Carbajo...Amigos (uncredited)
Iván González Lewis...Músico (uncredited)
Carmen Machi...Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Produkcja
Director:Pedro Almodóvar
Producer:Agustín Almodóvar (producer)
Esther García (producer)
Bárbara Peiró (associate producer)
Writer:Pedro Almodóvar (screenplay)
Thierry Jonquet (novel "Tarantula")
Agustín Almodóvar (collaboration)
Composer:Alberto Iglesias
Cinematographer:José Luis Alcaine
Editing:José Salcedo
Casting:Luis San Narciso
Production Design:Antxón Gómez
Art Director:Carlos Bodelón
Set Decorator:Vicent Díaz
Costume Design:Paco Delgado
Makeup:Manolo Carretero (hair stylist)
Chass Llach (additional hairstylist)
David Martí (special makeup effects artist)
Montse Ribé (special makeup effects artist)
Karmele Soler (makeup artist)
Aleix Torrecillas (mold maker: DDT SFX)
Tamar Aviv (special makeup effects artist: DDT)
Oscar Aramburu (hair assistant: Galicia)
María Barreiro (hair assistant: Galicia)
María de los Ángeles Cambronero (additional hairstylist)
Cristina Couto (makeup assistant: Galicia)
Fanibell (makeup assistant: Galicia)
Raquel Fidalgo (assistant makeup artist)
Carlos Hernández (additional makeup artist)
María Illobre (makeup assistant: Galicia)
Sylvie Imbert (additional makeup)
José Martínez (hair assistant: Galicia)
Fani Mosqueira (hair assistant: Galicia)
Mamen Peña (additional hairstylist)
Esther Quintas (makeup assistant: Galicia)
Carlos Rivadulla (hair assistant: Galicia)
Pablo S. Santomil (hair assistant: Galicia)
Suzanne Stokes-Munton (wig design)
Susana Veira (makeup assistant: Galicia)
Patricia Vilela (hair assistant: Galicia)
Production Management:Sergio Díaz (unit production manager)
Toni Novella (production manager)
Federico Rozadillas (assistant production manager)
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