'Come Sinfonia' units the dramatic tone for Almodovar’s new autobiographical film, on account of premiere in Spain this March.
Spanish director Pedro Almodovar’s soundtracks are as anticipated as his movies. Known for his devotion to outstanding and radical ladies, Almodovar has beforehand spotlighted turbulent ballads by Chavela Vargas, La Lupe and Eartha Kitt in his like-minded motion pictures, reviving curiosity in these artists’ repertoires.
In the primary trailer for Almodovar’s new autobiographical function Dolor y Gloria, which stars Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz, “Come Sinfona” (carried out by Italian pop siren Mina Mazzini) units the dramatic tone.
Songs by Mina, as she is understood, have been a staple on the Italian pop charts within the 1960s and ‘70s. Her dreamy track “This World We Love In,” an English model of “Il cielo in una stanza,” made it to the Billboard 100 chart in 1961. Like different Almodovar favorites, Mina, blessed with a vocal vary that took her from down-and-dirty rock and roll to operatic pop, was branded a “unhealthy woman”; her songs have been banned from radio and TV within the 1960s. Now 78, she continues to document.
Dolor y Gloria additionally options Rosalía in a small position (Almodovar had adopted the younger singer’s profession lengthy earlier than she grew to become 2018’s new sensation). Rosalía’s musical contribution to the movie, which premieres on March 22 in Spain, has not but been revealed.