The Phantom of Liberty

  |  Book Tickets: 13/11/1974
  |  Buy to Own: 15/07/2013
  |  100 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


Dream-like, plotless comedy from director Luis Bunuel. It begins with a man who falls in love with a statue during the Napoleonic wars and then moves to the modern day, where we meet a man distributing pornographic postcards (actually just pictures of public monuments), a young girl who has disappeared but who nevertheless helps the police as they prepare to search for her, and a group of dinner party guests who sit on toilets around a large dining table and then politely excuse themselves when they need to go outside and eat. Surreal, disjointed and darkly funny.

Contains strong sex references, nudity and violence
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