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The director's films had in the past usually been released in Spanish theatres in the spring and internationally during the last quarter of the year.
The Skin I Live In was released worldwide in the autumn.
She eventually kills herself in the same manner that her mother did.
Vera, too, dreams about the same event: Vicente, a young man who works in his mother's dress shop, crashes the wedding and meets Norma. He flees the scene, confused and nervous, just before Robert arrives.
Fulgencio, one of Robert's colleagues, reads a news story about the missing Vicente and recognizes him as one of their sex change patients.
He accuses Robert of falsifying Vicente's consent and of experimenting on him.
Vera arrives to support Robert, asserting his willing participation.
During the night, Robert and Vera try to have sex, but Vera tells him that he is still sore from being raped.
Norma, who had been taking medication for psychosis--having been rendered mentally unstable due to witnessing her mother's suicide--comes to believe that she was raped; she develops a fear of all men and spends eight years in a mental health facility.
He tearfully tells his lesbian ex-colleague Cristina (whom Vicente had loved six years prior) of his kidnapping, forced sex change, and the murders.
Then, as his mother enters the room, Vicente quietly reveals his identity to her in the final line of the movie -- "I am Vicente." This became the core of the adaptation, which over time moved further and further from the original plot of the novel.
Vera reveals to Marilia that he has been held captive for the last six years.
Back in the present, Robert's new relationship with Vera dismays Marilia, who does not trust Vera.