Belle De Jour (1967)
Bunuel's story of a chaste housewife who gets a job in a brothel still has the power to shock after 40 years. Out now on re-release.
The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie (1972)
A group of friends are repeatedly frustrated in their attempts to have dinner.
Diary Of A Chambermaid (1964)
Dark comedy exposing the 1930s in thrall to fascism.
Exterminating Angel (1962)
The dinner party from hell.
That Obscure Object of Desire (1977)
A man regales passengers on a train with the story of his frustrated romance with the enchanting Conchita.
Viridiana (1961)
A repressed nun desperate to maintain her Catholic ideals is tested as she takes residence on her uncles debauched estate in Luis Buñuel's controversial Palme d’Or snatcher.
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