Objects of Desire: Conversations with Luis Buñuel

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Random House Incorporated, 1992 - Motion picture producers and directors - 262 pages
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From 1975 to 1977, Bunuel agreed to undertake a film-by-film examination of his life and work through a series of interviews conducted with two old friends. This is revised and edited by the author himself just before his death.

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Review: Objects of Desire: Conversations With Luis Buñuel

User Review  - Calen - Goodreads

Im pretty sure this is the book that at the end has these little word games that Bunuel wrote throughout his childhood and career. They are beautiful little quips. Read full review

Review: Objects of Desire: Conversations With Luis Buñuel

User Review  - Tosh - Goodreads

Book length Q&A with one of the great filmmakers Luis Bunuel. What makes him such a great character and artist is the way he mixes the humor with the grotesque. His films are almost as silly as one of ... Read full review

Contents

Early Years Calanda Madrid
3
Paris El retablo de Maese Pedro
11
the Marquis de Sade the drums of Calanda
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