9 Biographical Movies |
19 Print Biographies |
11 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
17 Articles |
Louis Bunuel | Luis Bunuel | Bunuel
5' 7½" (1.71 m)
Did You Know?
I love dreams, even when they're nightmares, which is usually the case. My dreams are full of the same obstacles, but it doesn't matter. My amour fou for the dreams themselves as I shared with the surrealists. Un Chien Andalou
(1929) was born of the encounter between my dreams and [Salvador Dalí
]'s. Later, I brought the dreams directly into my films, trying as hard as I could to avoid any ...
Liked to daydream, and his imaginations were frequently to play tricks to his friends and, in Mexico, one of his favorite "victims" was the Spanish screenwriter Luis Alcoriza
. During a hunting party, Alcoriza saw an eaglet on a tree and knocked it down with the first shot but then he found a price tag on a paw: it was a stuffed bird put there by Buñuel.
His films often include an animal in a scene, where they seem out of place
The Scourge of the Bourgeoisie