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  • "Now we are in three dimensions. ... If Salma was beautiful in two dimensions, imagine her in three dimensions," Mr. Banderas said, sizing her up through the 3-D glasses. "Look at this. She is amazing. You should see what I am seeing. It is unbelievable. Wow, Salma, you are like good wine. Time goes by, you get better, baby."

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  • Almodovar "wanted this character to always be under control, to never reveal the monster he has inside," Banderas said.

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