The monument is located in Pedro Almodóvar’s hometown, in La Mancha, Spain.
Deeply linked with the works of great Spanish director, La Mancha is a flat, open plateau with a rough and hard appearance. Located in a rolling hill on the edge of town, the monument frames the Manchegan horizon as if it were a frame in one of Almodovar’s films. The vivid red coloring and the undulating textures is a nod to the iconographic imaginary of the director.
Besides framing a viewpoint of the landscape, the structure can be used as an open-air stage and as the structure on which to project summer film screenings.