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I adored this film. Ana Torrent is beyond precocious, I've never seen such an emotional/emotionless face like hers. Her eyes draw you in and crush you in their grasp. The rest of the cast were fantastic as well, especially Geraldine Chaplin in her dual role.
I can see this film confusing people; Saura blends flashbacks and visions with the present without any warning to the viewer, but you'd be right at home if you appreciate Bergman and Tarkovsky's films. Their influence however is more apparent in its cinematography and lighting, which was a big stand out.
I haven't listened to that Jeanette song in AGES, and will now have it stuck in my head for a few good weeks.