In a surrealistic film with input from Salvador Dalí, director Luis Buñuel presents stark, surrealistic images including the slitting open of a woman's eye and a dead horse being pulled along on top of a piano. A mysterious film open to interpretations ranging from deep to completely meaningless, this short (17-minute) film certainly presented something new in the cinema of its day.
Did You Know?
In "New York Magazine"'s review of Pink Flamingos
(1972), they called it "Beyond pornography...the nearest American film to Bunuel's 'Andalusian Dog'." See more
In 1983, a new version of the film was produced in Switzerland. Very slightly edited, this version contained a completely new soundtrack with music composed for the film by Mauricio Kagel. See more
Referenced in La Frutal Fuga
Performed by Vicente Alvarez
& 'Carlos Otero' See more