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Carne trémula AKA Live Flesh (1997, Javier Bardem, Francesca Neri)
Two Pegaso single deckers feature in the first twenty minutes of this Pedro Almodovar directed drama.

Firstly, in a scene set in 1970, a pregnant young woman (played by Penelope Cruz) is hustled aboard this Pegaso 6034/4 where she ultimately gives birth. It's in the colours of EMT Madrid, and carrying fleet number 1213, although it's noted on the Internet Movie Car Database that this particular vehicle was new in 1972, served in Burgos and was never a Madrid bus:
Fast forward 20 years, and a young man boards this 1985 Pegaso 6038, this time genuinely an EMT Madrid bus; actually played by two different buses. One is 539, with a body finished by Castrosua; the fleet number seen is 582, a Unicar bodied bus:
This Irizar bodied Iveco Eurorider 29 is not clearly seen:
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