Black Sheep

Schulman, Michael
June 2013
New Yorker;6/24/2013, Vol. 89 Issue 18, p29
The article profiles Spanish motion picture director Pedro Almodóvar and focuses on his film "Los Amantes Pasajeros," or "I'm So Excited!." It discusses the director's decision to set the film on an airplane and his opinion of New York City, as well as the assistance of his translator, Carla Marcantonio.


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