Sony released the trailer for Parallel mothers (Parallel Mothers), the new film from the acclaimed Spanish director Pedro Almodovar. Prepared to open the 78th Venice International Film Festival, Parallel mothers It will be available in Spain in September, before crossing the ocean and hitting US theaters in December.
The short trailer shows the plot of Parallel mothers showing the life trajectory of two women who give birth on the same day. The two women come to life thanks to Milena Smit and long time collaborator of Almodóvar Penelope Cruz. The trailer also shows Juliet Serrano Y Rossy de Palma, who also worked with Almodóvar on previous films, are part of the film’s cast.
Written and directed by Almodóvar, Parallel mothers it is the twenty-second feature film in the filmmaker’s prolific career. Previously won Academy Awards for Best Foreign Film with 1999’s Everything about my mother and Best Original Screenplay with 2002 To talk with her. Cruz was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her work in Almodóvar’s 2016 film. Return, which also awarded her the Best Actress award at Cannes. It will surely be interesting to see how Parallel mothers brings out the talents of both the director and your favorite actress.
The cast of Parallel mothers it also includes Aitana Sánchez-Gijón Y Israel Elejalde. Almodóvar produces the film with his younger brother, Agustin Almodóvar, Y Esther garcia.
Parallel mothers will have its world premiere when the Venice International Film Festival opens on September 1. The film will be available in theaters on December 24, just in time for Christmas. Check Parallel mothers‘trailer below:
Here it is Parallel mothers official synopsis:
Two women, Janis (Cruz) and Ana (Smit), coincide in a hospital room where they are going to give birth. They are both single and got pregnant by accident. Middle-aged Janis has no regrets and is exultant. The other, Ana, a teenager, is scared, sorry, and traumatized. Janis tries to cheer her up as they sleepwalk through the corridors of the hospital. The few words they exchange in these hours will create a very close bond between the two, which chance will take care of developing and complicating in such a decisive way that it will change the lives of both.
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