Spanish director Pedro Almodovar's work is spread out over nearly 4 decades and 20 films. While he's had his off films (I'm not a fan of some of his 90s movies like "Kika" and "High Heels."), he's never really made a bad film, and he's admirably resisted making an English-language movie or using big stars. "Julieta," which is based on some Alice Munro short stories, is one of his most emotional, moving films and returns to the woman-centered stories that defined his work. If you've seen his films, you'll see a lot of familiar themes and motifs, but it still feels fresh, alive, and deeply felt. He is one of the world's great filmmakers.