Julieta script
Julieta (2016)
Synopsis: Julieta is a 2016 Spanish film written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar based on three short stories from the book Runaway (2004) by Alice Munro. The film marks Almodóvar's 20th feature and stars Emma Suárez and Adriana Ugarte as older and younger versions of the film's protagonist, Julieta, alongside Daniel Grao, Inma Cuesta, Darío Grandinetti, Michelle Jenner and Rossy de Palma.

2. MADRID. JULIETA’S HOUSE 2. INT. IN THE MORNING.

2016. SPRING.

Lorenzo Gentile in person comes into the apartment.

Julieta had previously left the door open. He is aged

between 55 and 60, an attractive man, warm-hearted and

sincere. A mature, comfortable seducer. Argentinean,

with a soft accent, he enjoys and is touched by the

sight of Julieta, confused by the preparations for the

journey. With a few books in her hand:

JULIETA:

I’m in a real mess. I don’t know

which books to take.

LORENZO:

Take the essential ones. If you

miss any you can buy them on the

Internet.

JULIETA:

I don’t like buying books I

already have. It makes me feel

old.

LORENZO:

(Smiling) Right now you look like

a little girl.

Julieta makes a nervous face.

LORENZO:

Apart from the books, do you have

a lot to do?

JULIETA:

I still have to do some shopping.

LORENZO:

Julieta, we’re not going to the

desert. You’ll be able to come to

Madrid when you like… or go to

Braga, which is closer.

JULIETA:

(Suddenly, serious) I’d like not

to come back to Madrid, if I can

avoid it.

Lorenzo embraces her tenderly. Julieta relaxes in his

arms. They kiss.

LORENZO:

(Murmuring to her) Thank you.

JULIETA:

For what?

LORENZO:

For not letting me grow old on my

own.

JULIETA:

You’re the one not leaving me on my

own.

3. MADRID. A STREET JUNCTION IN THE CENTER. EXT. DAY.

2016. SPRING.

Julieta is walking along, laden with two plastic bags.

They could be from a hardware store where she has

bought some gardening tools.

Where the sidewalk goes round the corner she passes a

woman in her early thirties. The woman is with a group,

but Julieta notices only her face. Neither of them

stops, but both seem to be saying to themselves “I know

her”.

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Pedro Almodóvar

Pedro Almodóvar Caballero is a Spanish film director, screenwriter, producer and former actor. He came to prominence as a director and screenwriter during La Movida Madrileña, a cultural renaissance ... more…

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