Antía speaks of the death of her son, which has deeply affected her and allowed her to understand how Julieta must feel at their separation. Lorenzo and Julieta drive to Switzerland and Julieta resolves not to demand an explanation, simply wishing to be with her daughter.

The film was inspired by "Chance", "Soon" and "Silence", three short stories, from the book Runaway (2004) by Nobel Prize winning author Alice Munro, from whom Almodóvar bought the film rights in 2009.

Beatriz encounters her, and reveals she and Antía had a lesbian relationship.

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Later Julieta collapses in the street but is seen by a newly-returned Lorenzo.

He visits her flat where he finds a letter from Antía, which he brings to Julieta - along with her memoir, apparently unread.

The film opened on 8 April 2016 in Spain to generally positive reviews.

It made its international debut at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, where it was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or, and was released across the world throughout the remainder of 2016. It was selected by the Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards, but did not make the shortlist.

Her father is having an affair with the maid, to Julieta's chagrin.

While an older Antía is at a summer camp, Xoan and Julieta argue over his occasional dalliances with Ava, prompted by the housekeeper. A storm rolls in and, as Julieta watches the news in panic, Xoan is killed.

At camp, Antía has become inseparable with a girl named Beatriz.

Julieta travels to Madrid to break the news of Xoan's death to her daughter, and rents a flat there.

Julieta is a 2016 Spanish film written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar based on three short stories from the book Runaway by Alice Munro.