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The Phantom of Liberty

The Phantom of Liberty (1974)

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Surrealist Luis Buñuel isn’t out to make sense; it’s more like he’s aiming for nonsense. His The Phantom of Liberty (1974) is not for lovers of straight narrative. The plot-less movie is more akin to the sketch-comedy movies that followed later in the decade, with episodic and unrelated goofs, guffaws, and giggles galore. But the Surrealists were not just pranksters; they were world-famous perverts mining the subconscious for all those repressed fetishes that bubble beneath the surface. How many of you out there dream about a naked pianist? You’ll be having wet dreams after watching Adriana Asti bang out a torrid tune on her keys. We also get a dreamy look at Anne-Marie Deschodt's delicious bush, as well as a fabulous full frontal look at Helene Perdriere, though she allegedly used a body double! Here's to Life, Liberty, and these ladies pursuit of our hap-penis!