All About My Mother
Join us this Mother’s Day for a one-off screening of Almodóvar’s stylish black comedy, still widely believed to be the director’s best.
A Greek saying states that only women who have washed their eyes with tears can see clearly. This saying does not hold true for Manuela. The night a car ran over her son Esteban, Manuela cried until her eyes ran completely dry.
Far from seeing clearly, the present and the future become mixed up in darkness. She begins looking for his father who has become a transvestite.