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Land Without Bread (1933) Poster

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Luis Buñuel was not above slaughtering several animals to deliver his message; he ordered the ailing donkey to be spread with honey so he could film it being stung to death by bees. Nor was the mountain goat falling off the mountain an accident, shot by Buñuel's crew for the desired sequence.
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This film was banned from being shown in Spain by the Spanish government from 1933-1936.
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Last film directed solely by Luis Buñuel until Gran Casino (1947), with the exception of compilation films he made while working at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, such as El Vaticano de Pio XII (1940).
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Included among the "1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die", edited by Steven Schneider.
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