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French / Spanish (English subtitles)
Luis Bunuel announced himself as a filmmaker and artist with the short film Un Chien Andalou, which he made with Salvador Dalí. Throughout his career, his films continued to ignore narrative conventions; they’re more concerned with satirically poking fun at their characters than telling the audience a story. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie often feels like a surrealist sketch show, with each scene building towards a punch line. The film examines a group of wealthy establishment figures and their attitudes towards many issues such as war, drugs, religion, poverty and sex.
Contains moderate violence, gore and soft drug use.
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