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"Un Chien Andalou"
1929
Directed by Luis Bunuel

Filmed in Paris in 1929, Un Chien Andalou is a landmark in the history of cinema. Based on an exchange of dreams between the Spanish duo of Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali, this jolting tale of desire contains one of the most notorious and potently metaphoric sequences in film history: a razor severing a woman's eyeball in extreme close-up. Drawing from the vivid lives of their subconsciouses, Bunuel and Dali's only rule was to reject any idea that might lend itself to any rational explanation. Intended to provoke rather than please (Bunuel saw it as an "appeal to murder"), the film's power to shock the viewer remains undiminished after 75 years.  17 minutes.



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