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Banderas has an Oscar nomination for “Pain and Glory,” in which he plays an aging film director with health problems and regrets.

Antonio Banderas on the pain and glory of working with Pedro Almodóvar

Banderas has an Oscar nomination for “Pain and Glory,” in which he plays an aging film director with health problems and regrets.

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