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post #13 of (permalink) Old 07-07-2003, 10:58 PM
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This year, no Hong Kong anymore
But still hope Moya does well in Thailand Beat JCF

Go Carlos Moya, Nadal, and Roger Federer...

“La mala educación” is neither a reflection on “la movida” in the early 80s, even though a major part of it is set in it. The thing I find most interesting about that period is the sense of endless freedom Spain lived then, as opposed to the darkness and oppression of the 60s. Thus, the early eighties provide the ideal framework for the grown-up characters to deal with their own fates, bodies and desires. - Pedro Almodovar
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