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This lyrical and passionate autobiography is a major testament by one of this century's great surrealist masters.
|2||Remembrances from the Middle Ages||7|
|3||The Drums of Calanda||19|
|7||Madrid - The Residencia (1917-1925)||51|
|9||Dreams and Reveries||92|
|12||Spain and France (1931-1936)||137|
|13||Love and Love Affairs||146|
|14||The Civil War (1936-1939)||150|
|15||Still an Atheist ... Thank God!||171|
|16||Back to America||177|
|19||Pro and Con||217|
|20||From Spain to Mexico to France (1960-1977)||232|
|Films of Luis Bunuel||258|
Posted March 24, 2011
The man takes us through the remarkable events of his life with pure elegance and wit. Great details about his friendships and collaborations with characters like Dali, Breton, Magritte, Chaplin, etc. Also plenty of his philosophical views, or lack of them, which you can see in most of his films. Plenty of descriptions about every one of his films from Hollywood, Mexico and France. A great artist from the surrealist movement giving his fans one last expression that becomes one of the most entertaining biographies I've ever read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.