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The outrageous innocence of Luis Bunuel

Document author(s):
Philip Strick
Document source:
National Film Theatre (London, England)
Document language:
English
Document type:
program note
Number of pages:
8
Document name subject:
Luis Buñuel
Document contains:
production co
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Film country(ies):
France, Italy, Mexico, Spain, and United States
Film language(s):
English, French, and Spanish
Film production company:
Alianza Cinematografica Mexicana, Cinematográfica Latinoamericana Clasa, Films 59, Films Dismage, Fraia Film, Gaumont-La Gueville, Greenwich Film Production S.A., International Cinematográfica, S. A., Laetitia Film, Les Films Marceau-Cocinor, Oscar Dancigers-Henry Ehrlich Productions, Peliculas Anahuac S.A., Producciones Barbachano Ponce, Producciones Gustavo Alatriste, Producciones Isla, Producciones Tepeyac, Tepeyac Productions, Ultramar Films, and Uninci, S.A.
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Experimental, Feature, Melodrama, Musical, Social problem, and Surrealist
Film subject(s):
  • Adultery -- France -- Drama
  • Adventure and adventurers -- South America -- Drama
  • Alvarez Acosta, Miguel. Muro blanco en roca negra -- Film and video adaptations
  • Beggars -- Spain -- Drama
  • Brothers and sisters -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Bus travel -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Cable cars (Streetcars) -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Casinos -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Castaways -- Drama
  • Catholic Church -- Clergy -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Charity -- Religious aspects -- Spain -- Drama
  • Church and social problems -- France -- Drama
  • Church and social problems -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Church and the world -- Drama
  • Country life -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Crusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character) -- Drama
  • Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Robinson Crusoe -- Drama
  • Desire -- Social aspects -- Drama
  • Devil -- Drama
  • Dinners and dining -- France -- Paris -- Drama
  • Dinners and dining -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Dreams -- Social aspects -- Drama
  • Exploitation -- France -- Corsica -- Drama
  • Factories -- France -- Corsica -- Drama
  • Family life -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Fathers and daughters -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Guilt and culture -- Drama
  • Illegitimate children -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Impostors and imposture -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Inheritance and succession -- Social aspects -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Jesus Christ -- Drama
  • Jungles -- South America -- Drama
  • Juvenile delinquency -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Landlord and tenant -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Local transit -- Social aspects -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Love -- Drama
  • Marriage -- Drama
  • Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Drama
  • Mexico -- Rural conditions -- Drama
  • Middle-aged men -- Sexual behavior -- Drama
  • Millionaires -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Nuns -- Spain -- Drama
  • Oil wells -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Paris (France) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century -- Drama
  • Physicians -- France -- Drama
  • Pilgrims and pilgrimages -- France -- Drama
  • Priests -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Ranches -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Reformatories for women -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Rent strikes -- Mexico City (Mexico) -- Drama
  • Repression (Psychology) -- Drama
  • Revenge -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Revolutions -- South America -- Drama
  • Robles, Emmanuel. Cela s'appelle l'aurore -- Film and video adaptations
  • Sade, Marquis de, 1740-1814 -- Drama
  • Social classes -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Social classes -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Drama
  • Street-railroads -- Mexico -- Employees -- Drama
  • Surrealism in motion pictures -- Drama
  • Upper class -- France -- Paris -- Drama
  • Upper class -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Upper class families -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Upper class families -- Spain -- Drama
  • Urban poor -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Drama
  • Vendetta -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Villages -- Mexico -- Drama
  • Women -- Social and moral questions -- Drama
  • Young women -- Mexico -- Sexual behavior -- Drama
  • Youth -- Mexico -- Drama
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