His film, "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," was adapted into a musical at the Lincoln Center Theater at the Belasco Theatre in New York City with De'Andre Aziza, Laura Benanti, Danny Burstein, Nikka Graff Lanzarone, Patti Lu Pone, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Sherie Rene Scott in the cast. Jeffrey Lane wrote the book. ...
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My school and the cinema were only a few buildings apart on the same street. The bad education I received at school was rectified when I went to the cinema. My religion became the cinema. Of course one could create one's own belief system, and anything that helps or supports you in life can be seen as covering the function of religion. In that sense you could consider cinema my religion, because ...
Lead singer of the infamous music duo "Almodóvar & McNamara", a legendary bizarre project that personified the image of "la movida madrileña" during the early 1980s in Madrid. He appears in that role in his own film Labyrinth of Passion
(1982) (a.k.a. "Labyrinth of Passion") wearing women's clothes and lots of black makeup.
Often uses symbolism and metaphorical techniques to portray circular storylines.