I’m So Excited is a 2013 Spanish film directed by Pedro Almodóvar. Shows several stories of the crew of an international flight, how they relate and a series of circumstances that arise during the flight.
The film plot is fantastic, the viewer remains attentive and entertained, the scripts are funny and spontaneous, sometimes…very spontaneous. It’s a film about nothing and everything at the same time and it shines by its exaggerated situations and good sense of humor.
Totally remarkable everything related to the visuals: Although the story suggests with some details that develops at the present time, all elapses in a retro atmosphere that is reflected on locations, costumes and makeup, the compositions are beautiful with a high aesthetic sense that in fusion with warm and colorful photography emits acid and summer vibrations.
The cast is top notch, Almodóvar knows his actors: Javier Cámara, Lola Dueñas, Cecilia Roth, Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas and Blanca Suarez to name a few. Cruz and Banderas unfortunately, they appear few and Cámara takes his role ‘till ultimate consequences … something interesting to watch.
Homosexuality is a theme in the film, explicit and openly, relationships of this nature within the film leave too few to the imagination, excellent performances: convincing and very real, the comedy in the movie depends largely on this subject.
Zerorojo completly recommends it! Fresh air for movie lovers from anywhere in the world! As always Almodóvar shines and leaves nothing out of place. Excellent work and pride for Spanish cinema.