|It is set partly in La Mancha, home of Don Quixote, that vast expanse of land famous for windmills, the wind which powers them, but which also causes madness.
|In the opening parts there were some beautiful shots of the old village houses, all hidden behind brown crumbling doors, but which, once you get inside are a jewellery box of colour and pattern.
|Lovely courtyards with vibrant tiles, painted furniture and plants and interiors filled with treasures handed down generation to generation.
|I loved Almodovar's use of colour; the sets, the clothing, the image of the red car driving through the sandy barren landscape of La Mancha. It was an engrossing spectacular visual treat.
|There is also the most hauntingly beautiful song, a flamenco version of a tango.