Cinema and Surrealism

Surrealism is now thought of mainly as an art movement, one of the many styles that succeeded each other with bewildering rapidity in the early 20th century. There was Cubism, and Fauvism, and Suprematism, and Futurism, and Dada, and near the end there was Surrealism which was the one with silk watches and slightly pornographic puns involving women...

Film Listing

Pandora's Box

Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1928

The all time silent classic based on two plays by Frank Wedekind. With a legendary performance by the luminous, vivacious Louise Brooks as Lulu, the most fat... More

£16.99 DVD

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Dreams That Money Can Buy

Hans Richter, 1946

An extraordinary film, a sort of history of art film noir, for want of a better description. A man sells dreams to those who need them. And amongst his custo... More

£16.99 DVD

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That Obscure Object of Desire

Luis Bunuel, 1977

Bunuel's final film, That Obscure Object of Desire is a tale of impossible desire from Luis Bunuel that chronicles a cruel series of sexual humiliations told... More

£13.99 DVD

Brazil

Terry Gilliam, 1985

In Terry Gilliam's brilliant Brazil, the Orwellian world of Sam Lowry - a man seeking escape through fabulous dreams from grey, soul-destroying bureaucracy -... More

£6.49 DVD

Brazil

Terry Gilliam, 1985

In Terry Gilliam's brilliant Brazil, the Orwellian world of Sam Lowry - a man seeking escape through fabulous dreams from grey, soul-destroying bureaucracy -... More

£12.49 Blu-ray

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That Obscure Object of Desire (Studio Canal Collection)

Luis Bunuel, 1977

Bunuel's final film, That Obscure Object of Desire is a tale of impossible desire from Luis Bunuel that chronicles a cruel series of sexual humiliations told... More

£21.49 Blu-ray