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Published on Nov 20, 2015
Through this commissioned video essay, filmmaker and academic Cristina Álvarez López focuses upon the films of Buñuel’s Mexican period to uncover the uncompromising logic that threads through his seemingly irrational juxtaposition of imagery and ideas.
Working directly with the film material, given further insight through quotes from filmmaker and writer Jean-André Fieschi, López constructs an audiovisual essay to locate the distinctive and deeply personal ideology that underpins Bunuel’s work.