Teaser Poster For Pedro Almodóvar’s “La Piel que Habito”

The Skin That I Inhabit is a revenge picture based on crime novelist Theirry Jonque‘s 2005 book, “Tarantula,” about a plastic surgeon’s revenge on the man who raped his daughter. But really, that’s just scratching the surface. You can read the full synopsis of the book here, but in short, 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 film stars Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya, Marisa Paredes, Jan Cornet, Roberto Alamo, Blanca Suárez, Eduard Fernández, José Luis Gómez, Bárbara Lennie, Susi Sánchez, Fernando Cayo and Teresa Manresa. Longtime collaborators such as composer Alberto Iglesias, DoP Jose Luis Alcaine and editor José Salcedo are once again in the mix. Check out the artwork below.

[summary from IndieWire]

I am intrigued for sure. I love Almodóvar and I love Antonio. I still need to see some of their earlier collaborations, but regardless it’s nice to see them working together. The film is being released Sony Pictures Classics and I believe it is set to premiere at the 64th Cannes Film Festival before a September worldwide release.

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Posted on February 14, 2011, in Posters and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Nice poster — it doesn’t even look like one!

  2. It reminds me of a book home from school for 60 and 70, bad poster! shows nothing new about the artist Almodovar, if not, a work that projects sagging with this poster, HORROR! the illustrator MO CARO, if you have guts and talent, and to forgive me Almodovar.

    LINK: http://www.coroflot.com/public/image_file.asp?portfolio_id=4616277&individual_id=370730&s=0&v=4&a=5&t=0

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