Movies In The Spa At Icon Brickell March Schedule

Tuesdays 7:00pm
Saturdays 7:30pm

MARCH 2 – WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN “After being dumped by her lover, Ivan (Fernando Guillen), Pepa (Carmen Maura) finds her life and the lives of those around her spiraling out of control in this madcap farce from acclaimed Spanish director Pedro Almodovar. As Pepa tries to contact Ivan, her friend Candela (Maria Barranco) reveals her involvement with a terrorist, Ivan’s wife visits with loaded guns, and Ivan is about to board a plane that Candela’s boyfriend plans to hijack.”

MARCH 6 – CABARET “A British scribe (Michael York) and his comrades — including a flamboyant American nightclub entertainer named Sally Bowles (Liza Minelli) — chronicle the debauchery and turbulence of prewar Berlin in director Bob Fosse’s big-screen adaptation of a musical classic. Existing in a morally ambiguous void, the characters doggedly maintain their facades as the world outside the cabaret gears for war.”

MARCH 9 – KIKA “Kika, a young cosmetologist, is called to the mansion of Nicolas, an American writer to make-up the corpse of his stepson, Ramon. Ramon, who is not dead, is revived by Kika’s attentions and she then moves in with him. They might live happily ever after but first they have to cope with Kika’s affair with Nicolas, the suspicious death of Ramon’s mother and the intrusive gaze of tabloid-TV star and Ramon’s ex-psychologist Andrea Scarface.”

MARCH 13 – CHICAGO “Roxie Hart (Renee Zellweger) hungers for stardom but ends up in the slammer, where superstar Velma Kelly (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is doing time for shooting her cheating husband, in this Best Picture winner based on the hit Broadway musical of the same name. When Velma’s lawyer, notorious Billy Flynn (RIchard Gere), makes Roxie a tabloid sensation, he sets up a singing, dancing catfight between the all-too- willing rivals.”

MARCH 16 – BAD EDUCATION “When film director Enrique (Fele Martinez) is visited by his childhood friend and lover, Ignacio (Gael Garcia Bernal), Ignacio gives Enrique a short story he’s written that’s a factual account of the molestation he sustained at the hands of their Catholic school teacher, Father Manolo (Daniel Gimenez). But as Enrique adapts the story into a movie, he uncovers a dangerous web of deceit and revenge.”

MARCH 20 – MOULIN ROUGE “A naïve young poet (Ewan McGregor) falls in love with a cabaret star (Nicole Kidman), and their ill-fated romance serves as a convenient peg on which to hang a dazzling array of songs, from snatches of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music” to Madonna’s “Like a Virgin.” But the real star is director Baz Luhrmann, who came up with this infectious concoction that won two Oscars for art direction and costume design as well as six other nods.”

MARCH 23 – TACONES LEJANOS “The plot follows the fractured relationship between a self-involved mother who is a famous torch song singer and the grown daughter she had abandoned as a child. The daughter, who works as TV newscaster, has married her mother’s ex-lover and has befriended a female impersonator of her mother. A murder further complicates this web of relationships.”

MARCH 27 – PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT “Invited to perform at a casino in remote Alice Springs, Australia, drag queens Mitzi (Hugo Weaving) and Felicia (Guy Pearce) and transsexual Bernadette (Terence Stamp) hit the road in a broken- down lavender bus named Priscilla in this campy comedy classic. Along the way, the friends change into their most outrageous costumes and lip-synch disco tunes — including plenty of ABBA — for the outback’s befuddled locals.”

MARCH 30 – THE FLOWER OF MY SECRET “Popular romance novelist Leo (Marisa Paredes) takes a job at a newspaper under a pseudonym in this bittersweet film. Fed up with writing meaningless books and on the verge of splitting with her husband (Imanol Arias), Leo banishes her overwhelming depression by pretending to be Amanda Gris. She’s hired by newspaperman Angel (Juan Echanove), who’s unaware of her true identity and assigns her to review her own romance novel.”

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