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UN CHIEN ANDALOU DVD

 

 
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Buñuel's first film, the surrealistic masterpiece Un Chien Andalou, was based after an exchange of dreams with co-writer Salvador Dali. This tale of desire, opening innocuously enough with the familiar words “Once Upon A Time”, contains one of the most memorable scenes in cinema history—a razor blade slashing an eyeball. Made in Paris in 1929, it aims to provoke rather than please its audience.
SPECIAL FEATURES
A Slice of Buñuel, a documentary featuring Buñuel's son, Juan-Luis, 16 min
Epilogue: Buñuel & Dali, 5 min
Commentary by Surrealism expert Stephen Barber, author of Blows and Bombs: Antonin Artaud
Mystery of Cinema, excerpts from Luis Buñuel's 1953 speech
 
UPC: 0 24820-11929
ISBN: 1-84068-200-0
Region 1 encoded
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