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Dominic Dirupo 4 years ago
The Godfather of surrealism and manners delivers
Rosalio Galvan 5 years ago
interesting premise,
Austin over 5 years ago
One of Bunuel's best films...
sf over 6 years ago
Perfect Note
Leonardo Sagastegui almost 2 years ago
Eric 4 years ago
Ezequiel Castellanos almost 5 years ago
Inês 5 years ago
Jim Barton 5 years ago
Leonardo Borba over 6 years ago
Germán Sabina Serrat over 6 years ago
Emilio Lara Perea over 6 years ago
Dániel Rudolf over 6 years ago
David Mestre almost 7 years ago
Taso g 7 years ago
Alan Santos 7 years ago
The Exterminating Angel (Spanish: El ángel exterminador), is the second of the Buñuel/Alatriste/Pinal film trilogy, written and directed by Luis Buñuel, starring Silvia Pinal, and produced by her then-husband Gustavo Alatriste. It is considered by the Mexican film critics as the 16th best film of the Mexican cinema and one of the best 1000 films by the New York Times. The Exterminating Angel was released on R4 DVD by Madman Entertainment's Directors Suite in 2006. The Criterion Collection released the film on DVD in 2009. Following his long exile from Spain, since the Spanish Civil War (1936–39), Luis Buñuel was invited back to his country of origin in 1960 by General Francisco Franco and asked to direct a movie of his choice. Buñuel wrote and directed Viridiana, which starred Silvia Pinal and was produced by her then husband, Gustavo Alatriste. It was the first film Buñuel made in his native country. Released in 1961, the film sparked controversy both in Spain and the Vatican, and as...
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