Pedro Almodóvar’s new film La Mala Educación (Bad Education) opened in Madrid last night. It was due to open last week but was cancelled due to the awful bomb attack. It tells the story of 2 men, one a film director, who meet in the 1980s, 20 years after they attended a Catholic school together as children during the time of Franco’s rule in the 1960s. The film is said to be partly autobiographical but the director has denied this, saying it is ‘personal’. The official page for La Mala Educación is packed with trailers, photos and the director’s script. It is unlikely that you will be able to see the film with English subtitles in Madrid. A list of cinemas where you can see the film can be found on El Mundo’s Metropoli.