Luis Buñuel

The surrealist mad man of Spain

I strongly recommend Buñuel if you’re into insightful cinematic takes on repression, fantasy, sexuality, political satire, surrealism, Marxism, anti-fascism, anti-clericalism, playful cynicism, foot fetishism, class inequality, artistic exile, etc.

  • The Young and the Damned

    1

  • That Obscure Object of Desire

    2

  • Belle de Jour

    3

  • Él

    4

  • Viridiana

    5

  • The Milky Way

    6

  • The Exterminating Angel

    7

  • Tristana

    8

  • The Phantom of Liberty

    9

  • Susana: The devil & the flesh

    10

  • The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

    11

  • Simon of the Desert

    12

  • Land Without Bread

    13

  • Un Chien Andalou

    14

  • The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz

    15

  • Nazarin

    16

  • That Is the Dawn

    17

  • Robinson Crusoe

    18

  • The Great Madcap

    19

  • The Brute

    20

  • The Young One

    21

  • Daughter of Deceit

    22

  • Death in the Garden

    23

  • L'Âge d'Or

    24

  • Mexican Bus Ride

    25

  • Illusion Travels by Streetcar

    26

  • A Woman Without Love

    27

  • Diary of a Chambermaid

    28

  • Wuthering Heights

    29

  • Fever Mounts at El Pao

    30

  • Gran Casino

    31

  • The River and Death

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