That Obscure Object of Desire (1973) or the last word from Luis Buñuel

That Obscure Object of Desire is the last film the great director ever made. The final scene Luie Buñuel ever shot being the bloody, torn dress in the window of a shop, lending his audience one final ambiguous message to interpret or disregard. It’s Buñuel at his most provocative within his most career defining motif: the essence of desire. Seductively reaching the audience through the perverse nature of the concept and the elaborate story device of using two actresses for the beautiful Conchita.  … More That Obscure Object of Desire (1973) or the last word from Luis Buñuel

The Best Damn 501 Films Ever Made: Part Seven (199-150)

Part One – Part Two – Part Three – Part Four – Part Five – Part Six –Part Seven – Part Eight – 199. A Woman Under the Influence (1974) Dir: John Cassavetes (2) DP: Al Ruban (2), Mitch Breit (2) Editor: David Armstrong (1), Shila Viseltear (1) Writer: John Cassavetes (2) Starring: Gena Rowlands … More The Best Damn 501 Films Ever Made: Part Seven (199-150)

The 251 Best Damn Films of All-Time (Part Seven)

Part One |Part Two |Part Three |Part Four |Part Five |Part Six |Part Eight | Part Nine |Top 25 102. Saló, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975) Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini (1) Pasolini’s Saló is the infamous gag-inducing film of radicalized fascism imbued with an underhand history and revealing nature towards Italian politicians. The … More The 251 Best Damn Films of All-Time (Part Seven)