Penelope Cruz, wearing a Chanel Vintage dress and (four acupuncture needles!) , attends 'Venuto Al Mondo' (Volver A Nacer) premiere at Capitol cinema on January 10, 2013 in Madrid -- Getty Images

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Penelope Cruz, wearing a Chanel Vintage dress and (four acupuncture needles!) , attends 'Venuto Al Mondo' (Volver A Nacer) premiere at Capitol cinema on January 10, 2013 in Madrid
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Penelope Cruz, wearing a Chanel Vintage dress and (four acupuncture needles!) , attends 'Venuto Al Mondo' (Volver A Nacer) premiere at Capitol cinema on January 10, 2013 in Madrid -- Getty Images
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