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Un Chien Andalou: French Film Guide

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In 1929 Dali and Bunuel produced a seventeen-minute film Un chien andalou. On its first screening, Georges Bataille referred to it as "that extraordinary film … penetrating so deeply into horror." Its script is said to be based on two dream images - a woman's eye slit by a razor, ants emerging from a hole in a man's hand, and the film shocked audiences. It continues to fas ...more
Paperback, 1st, 128 pages
Published February 15th 2010 by I. B. Tauris (first published 2010)
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now I want to see it again- as if for the first time. no time for a david lynch film? music videos make too much sense? watch this 17 minute masterpiece from 1929, from luis bunuel and salvador dali. then read this book. then watch the film again- as if for the first time...
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