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Un Chien Andalou (1929) More at IMDbPro »Un chien andalou (original title)

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A man forcibly fondles a woman's breasts. His face is seen during the act; his eyes are rolled upwards in pleasure.

The woman's breasts are briefly seen nude, her nipple is briefly flashed for half a second. Her bared buttocks are shown.

A woman is seen naked from the backside, no nudity is shown.

This is a 1929 film, so obviously the first one is done with special effects. It's extremely graphic nonetheless:

A woman's eye is slit open, causing liquid to ooze out.

A severed hand is shown, with bone protruding from wrist.

A man's hand has a hole in it, which ants crawl out from.

A woman is forcibly molested.

Two dead donkeys are seen, one is dripping blood from its nose, and has maggots crawling in the eye sockets.

A man is shot.

When the woman's eye is slit, it is very realistic. Although the film is art, many will find the random disturbing images unnerving.

Argentina:16 / Australia:M / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Denmark:15 / Finland:K-16 (1977) (uncut) / Finland:K-16 (1962) (cut) / Finland:(Banned) (1962) (uncut) / Finland:(Banned) (1956 ) (uncut) / Germany:16 / Netherlands:Unrated / Norway:15 / Russia:16+ / Singapore:NC-16 / UK:X (original rating) / UK:15 (video rating) (1994) / USA:Not Rated

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