Pedro Almódovar’s Entire Film Library Heads to iTunes

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All 19 of Pedro Almodovar’s films are now available on iTunes.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released The Complete Pedro Almodovar Collection on the Apple streaming service Tuesday, November 29.

Nine of the films in the collection are available in high definition for the first time in the United States. The Spanish filmmaker’s first two films, “Pepi, Luci, Bom” and “Labyrinth of Passion,” are making their domestic debut.

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The films included in the collection are “Pepi, Luci, Bom,” “Labyrinth Of Passion,” “Dark Habits.” “What Have I Done To Deserve This?.” “Matador,” “Law Of Desire,” “Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown,” “Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!” (in collaboration with the Criterion Collection),” “High Heels,” “Kika,” “The Flower Of My Secret,” “Live Flesh,” “All About My Mother,” “Talk To Her,” “Bad Education,” “Volver,” “Broken Embraces,” “The Skin I Live In,” and “I’m So Excited!”

The release coincides with an Almodovar career retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The retrospective kicks off Tuesday with a special screening of the prolific director’s latest, “Julieta,” and runs through December 17.

Sony Pictures Classics is releasing “Julieta” on December 21.

Based on the stories of author Alice Munro, “Julieta” is about a mother’s struggle to survive uncertainty. The drama has been selected as Spain’s foreign-language Oscar candidate.

Almodovar won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for 2000’s “All About My Mother,” and Best Original Screenplay in 2003 for “Talk To Her.”

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