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Rated NR · 16 minutes

Drama, SciFi/Fantasy

Fledging director Luis Buñuel and painter Salvador Dali create this ultimate surrealist film, which is essentially a barrage of striking and irrational images designed to shock and provoke. During the course of the film, we witness a close-up of a woman's eye being slashed open with a razor; a man dragging a piano, two bishops, and a pair of rotting asses across a room; ants swarming around a hole in a man's palm; and sundry severed limbs and gratuitous slayings. Though this was originally a silent film, Buñuel later added a recorded score consisting of Liebestod from Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde and a number of popular tangos of the time.~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

Director: Luis Buñuel
Writer: Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel
Cast: Simone Mareuil and Pierre Batcheff

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