Un Chien Andalou

Un Chien Andalou

Un Chien Andalou is a classic European avant-garde surrealist film from the cooperation of director Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali. The film changed the way people made movies. Most famous is the scene of a woman’s eye being cut with a knife.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:16 minutes
  • Release:1929
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:moon,   surrealism,   murder,  

In a dream-like sequence, a woman's eye is slit open--juxtaposed with a similarly shaped cloud obsucuring the moon moving in the same direction as the knife through the eye--to grab the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Un Chien Andalou torrent reviews

Saad O (de) wrote: Wow, this was actually quite enjoyable. Definately a better love story than twilight. Acting wasn't too bad either and the lame and goofy jokes actually worked this time.

Daryl T (gb) wrote: Disturbing account of u.s. Goby attack on Tommy Chong

Mike D (it) wrote: Diora Baird = 10, everything else = 2. The guy is supposed to be a drummer but has clearly never held a drumstick in his life. Also, I'm apparently the first one to ever actually watch this.

Panta O (it) wrote: This Chinese / Japanese drama film directed by Zhang Yimou and starring Ken Takakura won San Diego Film Critics Society Award as Best Foreign Language Film in 2006 and Best Actor Award (Ken Takakura) and in 2007 Best Asian Film Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards... with a reason! Not as lavish as Hero and House of Flying Daggers this movie is a wonderful journey of late understanding and redemption between a father and dying son.

Jesse Y (es) wrote: Bruce Campbell is the man!!!

Elex M (nl) wrote: I dont think that Nick really understood what the whole scene life was about, but the Mistresses and customers did a wonderful job of being informative and real.

Zach M (ca) wrote: had to see it for Jason Lee

Zane E (ru) wrote: I guess Leprechaun-ism is a disease now? They changed the mythos behind the original story yet again. And they never explain how the leprechaun even came to be alive AGAIN for this sequel. That always irritates me. I think I liked it more than the first two movies even though it was just as, if not more, stupid.

Monkichi (gb) wrote: Good in every aspect. Recommended. Stanley Kwan, good! Leslie, good!

Jeff B (fr) wrote: Giving moviegoers the bird more than the plane, Superman III never really takes flight and ultimately proves as uninspired and disengaging as Superman and its first sequel prove compelling and vital. Aside from falling victim to a monstrous villain aptly named Doomsday in the pages of his own comic book, The Man of Steel also gets 86-ed in the second sequel to 1978's Superman. It's poor writing, poorer ideas, and a man who once famously lit himself on fire with a crack pipe that do him in. For reasons even Jor-El cannot explain, Superman III sees a filmic winning streak dovetail into dumbfounded shenanigans in one fell swoop. In this PG-rated poor excuse of a sequel, synthetic kryptonite laced with tobacco tar splits Superman (Reeve) in two: good Clark Kent and bad Man of Steel. Man from U.N.C.L.E. star Robert Vaughn suffered a lot of indignities in the '80s, one being shoe-horned into the final season of The A-Team as a second-string quarterback to George Peppard. In Superman III, however, he plays a villainous millionaire bent on taking over the world's - wait for it - coffee supply in Superman III. The fact that Richard Pryor gives a turn as a genius who builds a super-computer to kill Superman and skis off of a skyscraper roof (not in that order) pretty much tells you all you need to know about this unfortunate doppelganger tale.Bottom line: Pryor Warning

Elric K (gb) wrote: My Fav comedy. Period. Perfect. Editors beware you may find yourself implicated in the humor...(what does space floor sound like anyway?)

Nandita S (it) wrote: Totally enjoyed it with my daughter. Good`entertainment. Ranbir Kapoor was awesome as usual. Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh were good too. Seemed like the whole family was on screen!

terra s (ag) wrote: such a great movie. I love Clark Gable and Yvonne DeCarlo is absolutely stunning in this movie.

Ralph R (mx) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.

David H (nl) wrote: Excellent Melodrama / Psycho Drama about a Man who suffers from Amnesia and live Two Lifes as a High-Ranked Business Man and Sucessful Politician and as a Life-Lovin' Poet!!! Supberb Acting, Perfect Cinematography and Bombastic Soundtrack!!!

Art S (mx) wrote: This is the first time Fred Astaire met Ginger Rogers on screen - and they weren't the leads. Their chemistry is apparent, even though they dance only briefly (compared to their 9 subsequent films). Instead, Gene Raymond and Dolores del Rio star as a skirt-chasing bandleader and a Brazilian debutante (respectively). She is betrothed to another and this adds a complication to the plot. A further complication involves a hotel opening the band are supposed to play at that is cancelled suddenly due to a lack of entertainment license. Of course, the show goes on - including an array of chorus girls dressed in pre-Code attire riding on airplanes and biplanes. The rear projector was really working overtime. A frivolous bit of fun here but moving Fred and Ginger center screen would eventually work wonders.

Tyler A (ru) wrote: for future fbi agents they def have no common sense and follow a complete lack of protocol. plus its unclear whether the monsters are zombies as the one eats one of the victims who is already infected.

Sheila R (nl) wrote: Girl Movie ... When can we go??

Graydon B (ru) wrote: Toy Story is one of the best animated films of all time! While it was innovative, its great cast, combined with a simple but interesting concept, as well as great humor, and memorable characters make this an unforgettable journey.

Isa D (ca) wrote: I really don't understand the movie critics sometimes. Maybe you all are just too young and too successful to appreciate this poignant slice of life movie that talks about these things: the poverty of the middle class in America; growing old and the rather shut down broken lethargy of the broken hearted; the utter loneliness and despair of so many single people who just get by month to month on their pittance salaries in the ordinary disappointing lives; of the illusions and delusions formed to survive it; of the incredible decline of civilization which has, largely through technologies of internet and computer, completely destroyed the fabric of community leaving most of us feeling so separate that the idea of any real authentic deep connection is left as unrequited and buried inner longing. That is what this sensitive nuanced film is about. Beautiful story, full of endless metaphor for this state so many of us subsist in rather than truly living.