The Tit and the Moon (La Teta y la luna)

1994, Spain, 93m, 35mm

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Luna caps his “Iberian Trilogy;” although Javier Bardem has only a cameo, cinematographer José Luis Alcaine and composer Nicola Piovani top their previous contributions for the director in most fanciful and fantastical style. Nine-year-old boy Biel Duran feels overshadowed by his new baby brother, and fixates on hoping for the miracle of mother’s milk from another source — perhaps the stunning ballerina (played by Mathilda May of Lifeforce infamy) visiting his village?

A film by Bigas Luna