Un Chien Andalou. Luis Buñuel. 1929. ⚄
I have never seen this, but I’ve seen shots from every scene from this movie in various articles over the years. So I knew when to hold a pillow before my face, and I still haven’t seen That Scene.
This is Luis Buñuel’s famous exercise in épater la bourgeoisie, or course, but I’m surprised at how narrative it is. It’s fascinating.
I did not know that it was only just fifteen minutes long, so I barely had time to make a cocktail:
Slightly strange recipe: Sketcher’s Pet.
But it’s OK…
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