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Sreejith Arukattu Rajith 3 years ago
It Does Burst out the shell
Austin 5 years ago
A brilliant and ridiculous ridicule of the Bourgeois.
Dominic Dirupo over 6 years ago
Absurd but immensely enjoyable
sf over 6 years ago
Anarcho-Surreal Sublime
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David Jovanovic almost 8 years ago
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (French: Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie) is a 1972 surrealist film directed by Luis Buñuel and written by Jean-Claude Carrière in collaboration with the director. The film was made in France and is mainly in French, with some dialogue in Spanish. The film concerns a group of upper class people attempting — despite continual interruptions — to dine together. The film received the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and a nomination for Best Original Screenplay. The film consists of several thematically linked scenes: five gatherings of a group of bourgeois friends, and the four dreams of different characters. The beginning of the film focuses on the gatherings, while the latter part focuses on the dreams, but both types of scenes are intertwined. There are also scenes involving other characters, such as two involving a Latin American female terrorist from the fictitious Republic of Miranda. The film's world is not logical: the bizarre...
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