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Rated R · 103 minutes

Comedy, Drama

One of Luis Buñuel's most episodic films, The Phantom of Liberty focuses on no one particular narrative. In the beginning, a man sells postcards of French tourist attractions, calling them pornographic. A sniper in Montparnasse is hailed as a hero for killing passersby. A missing child helps the police fill out the report on her. A group of monks play poker, using religious medallions as chips, and in the most infamous sequence, a formally dressed social group gathers at toilets around a table, occasionally excusing themselves to go into little stalls in a private room to eat.~ John Voorhees, All Movie Guide

Director: Luis Buñuel
Writer: Luis Buñuel and Jean-Claude Carrière
Cast: Adriana Asti, Julien Bertheau, Jean-Claude Brialy, Adolfo Celi, Paul Frankeur, Michael Lonsdale, Pierre Maguelon, Hélène Perdrière and Michel Piccoli

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