A tale of a scientist who exacts a most unusual form of revenge on the young man that victimized his daughter, The Skin I Live In is gorgeously shot, paced, and acted.
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What could have been a cheap and easy spin-off is instead a surprisingly engaging and richly constructed adventure film.
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Drawing on tropes from horror flicks about mad scientists -- think an Ibero Frankenstein -- The Skin I Live In is a macabre trip.
"But the character is also a metaphor," Banderas says. "He is a monster but he is also an artist. Life gives him the ability to create identities, to change identities."