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NYFF Movie Review: JULIETA

It’s the year of the woman at the New York Film Festival, and the selection of Pedro Almodovar’s Julieta, which also happens to be Spain’s submission to the Academy Awards, may as well be its central piece. A pastiche of stories of sorts, based on novels by Alice Munro, the film deals with a topic near and dear to film festivals the world over: loss, depression, and forgiveness.
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