3/18/70 at 1:15 am on WNBC's "The Great Great Show.'' "A young administrator in a fascist, South American regime,'' enthuses Howard Thompson of FEVER MOUNTS IN EL PAO (1959). "Philipe's last movie, virtually unknown in this country and directed by the great Luis Bunuel.''
The French film directed by Luis Buñuel championed women's erotic liberation
"The world of "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" is one of absolutely everything interrupted." @nytimes 1972 Luis Buñuel’s surrealist film received the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and a nomination for Best Original Screenplay.
“I love dreams, even when they’re nightmares, which is usually the case.... ‘Un chien andalou’ was born of the encounter between my dreams and [Salvador Dalí]’s.” –Luis BuñuelExplore more #MoMApicks of our staff’s favorite artist collaborations