Un Chien Andalou (page 4 of 4)

The short film "Un Chien Andalou", (alt.: An Andalusian Dog) directed by Luis Buñuel (alt.: Louis Bunuel). Seen here, a female and male figure buried up to their chest. The words “‪au printemps” (“in spring”) fades from frame. Initial release June 6, 1929. Screen capture. Copyright © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques. Credit: © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The short film "Un Chien Andalou", (alt.: An Andalusian Dog) directed by Luis Buñuel (alt.: Louis Bunuel). Seen here from left, a young man (unconfirmed identity) and a young lady (played by Simone Mareuil). He shows her his wristwatch. Initial release June 6, 1929. Screen capture. Copyright © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques. Credit: © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The short film "Un Chien Andalou", (alt.: An Andalusian Dog) directed by Luis Buñuel (alt.: Louis Bunuel). Seen here, a young man (unconfirmed identity) stands on a rocky shoreline, understood to be the beach at Le Havre, France. Initial release June 6, 1929. Screen capture. Copyright © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques. Credit: © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The short film "Un Chien Andalou", (alt.: An Andalusian Dog) directed by Luis Buñuel (alt.: Louis Bunuel). Seen here, a young lady (played by Simone Mareuil) examines her clean-shaven armpit. Initial release June 6, 1929. Screen capture. Copyright © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques. Credit: © 1960 Les Grands Films Classiques / Courtesy: Pyxurz.