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Luis Bunuel

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Spanish-born surrealist filmmaker who initial gained attention for directing the silent brief film Un Chien Andalou in 1929. His renowned features consist of Los Olvidados (1950), The Exterminating Angel (1962), Simon from the Desert (1965) which Obscure Object of Desire (1977). He turned his major double while in university, finally getting on mindset. He was nominated for Greatest SPANISH Film on the Academy Honours for three of his movies. His films gained various other honours, including the Hand d’Or for 1961’s Viridiana as well as the Golden Lion for 1967’s Belle de jour. He wedded Jeanne Bunuel in 1925 and became a Mexican resident in 1948 after getting exiled from Spain through the Spanish Civil Battle. He co-wrote the script for El Chien Andalou with Spanish painter and musician Salvador Dali.

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Full Name Luis Buñuel
Date Of Birth February 22, 1900
Died July 29, 1983, Mexico City, Mexico
Place Of Birth Spain
Profession Director
Education Complutense University of Madrid
Nationality Spanish, Mexican
Spouse Jeanne Buñuel
Children Juan Luis Buñuel, Rafael Buñuel
Parents Leonardo Buñuel, María Portolés
Siblings Alfonso Buñuel, Concepción Buñuel, Margarita Buñuel, Alicia Buñuel, Leonardo Buñuel, María Buñuel
Awards Palme d'Or, Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Golden Lion, Cannes Best Director Award, Ariel Award - Golden Ariel, Grand Jury Prize, Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement, Ariel Award for Best Direction, BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay, Ariel Award for Best Original Story, Bodil Award for Best Non-American Film, National Board of Review Award for Best Director, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Director, Bodil Award for Best American Film, National Board of Review Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Ariel Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Homage for Overall Work
Nominations Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, Academy Award for Best Writing Adapted Screenplay, BAFTA Award for Best Film, César Award for Best Director, BAFTA Award for Best Direction, César Award for Best Writing, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Screenplay, BAFTA Award for Best Sound
Movies An Andalusian Dog, The Exterminating Angel, Viridiana, Belle de Jour, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, Age of Gold, The Young and the Damned, That Obscure Object of Desire, The Phantom of Liberty, Tristana, Simon of the Desert, Diary of a Chambermaid, Land Without Bread, Nazarin, The Milky Way, The Young One, The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz, Robinson Crusoe, Él, Death in the Garden, El Bruto, Susana, Mexican Bus Ride, The Great Madcap, Fever Mounts at El Pao, Wuthering Heights, Gran Casino, Illusion Travels by Streetcar, That Is The Dawn, The River and Death, A Woman Without Love, The Daughter of Deceit, The Fall of the House of Usher, Mauprat, España 1936, Weeping for a Bandit, The Monk, Johnny Got His Gun, Carmen, The Proud and the Beautiful, Juan Simón's Daughter, Sierra brutal
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#Fact
1Educated at Jesuit schools before attending the University of Madrid. While there he formed friendships with Salvador Dali and Federico Garcia-Lorca.
2Directed one Oscar nominated performance: Dan O'Herlihy in Robinson Crusoe (1954).
3In the 5th edition of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die (edited by Steven Jay Schneider), 9 of his films are listed: Un Chien Andalou (1929), L'Age d'Or (1930), Las Hurdes (1933), The Young and the Damned (1950), The Young One (1960), Viridiana (1961), Belle de Jour (1967), Tristana (1970) and The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972).
4He was fluent in Spanish and French but never learned to speak English.
530 Film retrospective on the Berlinale in 2008.
6Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1954
7Was father-in-law of filmmaker Joyce Buñuel.
8Praised by Alfred Hitchcock as the best director ever.
9Loathed Salvador Dalí's wife, Gala Dalí.
10Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume One, 1890-1945". Pages 71-92. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1987.
11Was voted the 14th Greatest Director of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
12Liked to daydream, and his imaginations were frequently to play tricks to his friends and, in Mexico, one of his favorite "victims" was the Spanish screenwriter Luis Alcoriza. During a hunting party, Alcoriza saw an eaglet on a tree and knocked it down with the first shot but then he found a price tag on a paw: it was a stuffed bird put there by Buñuel.
13Father of Juan Luis Buñuel
14Father of film-maker Rafael Buñuel.
15Rejected an offer from Salvador Dalí to direct a sequel to Un Chien Andalou (1929) in 1966.
16Worked as chief editor and chief of the writer department of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1939-1943)
17Became a Mexican citizen in 1948.


Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dry martini (bunuelino cocktail)2008Short story
La novia de medianoche1997previous unproduced screenplay
Arena1984TV Series documentary autobiography - 1 episode
Igra o pamcenju i umiranju1984TV Movie novel
That Obscure Object of Desire1977scenario - as Luis Bunuel
Le fantôme de la liberté1974
Le moine1972screenplay - as Luis Bunuel
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie1972scenario - as Luis Bunuel
Una historia decente1971Short book
Johnny Got His Gun1971uncredited
Tristana1970screen story
The Milky Way1969writer
Belle de Jour1967adaptation and dialogue - as Luis Bunuel
Simón del desierto1965Short based on a story by / screenplay and dialogue
Diary of a Chambermaid1964adaptation and dialogue
The Exterminating Angel1962screenplay by / story by
Viridiana1961
The Young One1960screenplay
La fièvre monte à El Pao1959adaptation - as Luis Bunuel
Nazarin1959adapted for the screen by
Death in the Garden1956adaptation
Cela s'appelle l'aurore1956adaptation
The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz1955screenplay & adaptation
Robinson Crusoe1954screenplay
The River and Death1954
Abismos de pasión1953adaptation / story
El1953adaptation / story
El bruto1953writer
A Woman Without Love1952technical screenplay
Mexican Bus Ride1952adaptation
Susana1951shooting script
Si usted no puede, yo sí1951story
The Young and the Damned1950
¡Centinela, alerta!1937
España 19361937/IIDocumentary short screenplay / story
¿Quién me quiere a mí?1936
Don Quintín el amargao1935screenplay - uncredited
Las Hurdes1933Documentary short commentary / writer
L'Age d'Or1930scenario - as Bunuel
Un Chien Andalou1929Short scenario - as Louis Bunuel
La chute de la maison Usher1928adaptation

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
That Obscure Object of Desire1977as Luis Bunuel
Le fantôme de la liberté1974
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie1972as Luis Bunuel
Tristana1970
The Milky Way1969
Belle de Jour1967as Luis Bunuel
Simón del desierto1965Short
Diary of a Chambermaid1964
The Exterminating Angel1962
Viridiana1961
The Young One1960
La fièvre monte à El Pao1959
Nazarin1959
Death in the Garden1956
Cela s'appelle l'aurore1956
The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz1955
Robinson Crusoe1954as Luis Bunuel
Illusion Travels by Streetcar1954
The River and Death1954
Abismos de pasión1953
El1953
El bruto1953
A Woman Without Love1952
Mexican Bus Ride1952
Daughter of Deceit1951
Susana1951
The Young and the Damned1950
The Great Madcap1949
Gran Casino1947
The History of the Vatican1940Short
¡Centinela, alerta!1937co-director
¿Quién me quiere a mí?1936co-director
Las Hurdes1933Documentary short
L'Age d'Or1930
Un Chien Andalou1929Short as Louis Bunuel

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Le fantôme de la liberté1974Un condamné à mort (uncredited)
La chute d'un corps1973Un invité (uncredited)
The Milky Way1969voice, uncredited
Belle de Jour1967Man in Gardencafe - Left from the Duke (uncredited)
En este pueblo no hay ladrones1965Cura
Llanto por un bandido1964El verdugo
The Proud and the Beautiful1953Smuggler (uncredited)
La hija de Juan Simón1935
L'Age d'Or1930uncredited
Un Chien Andalou1929ShortMan in Prolog (uncredited)
Carmen1926Contrebandier chez lillas pastia
Mauprat1926Monk / Guardsman

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Tristana1970producer
¡Centinela, alerta!1937producer
España 19361937/IIDocumentary short producer
¿Quién me quiere a mí?1936producer
La hija de Juan Simón1935producer
Don Quintín el amargao1935producer - uncredited
Las Hurdes1933Documentary short producer
Un Chien Andalou1929Short producer

Editor

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Diary of a Chambermaid1964
Death in the Garden1956uncredited
Illusion Travels by Streetcar1954uncredited
Susana1951uncredited
Las Hurdes1933Documentary short
L'Age d'Or1930
Un Chien Andalou1929Short

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Conspirators of Pleasure1996professional expertise
España 19361937/IIDocumentary short montage supervisor
La hija de Juan Simón1935supervisor
Don Quintín el amargao1935supervisor
Mauprat1926production assistant

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
La chute de la maison Usher1928assistant director
La sirène des tropiques1927assistant director
Carmen1926second second assistant director

Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Milky Way1969
L'Age d'Or1930uncredited

Sound Department

Sound Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Le fantôme de la liberté1974sound effects
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie1972sound effects - as Luis Bunuel

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Un Chien Andalou1929Short music selection - 1960 sonorized version

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Álom hava2017thanks
The Well2016Short the director wishes to thank
Zaratozom2014Short special thanks
Nosferatu vs. Father Pipecock & Sister Funk2014special thanks
Jackass Number Two2006Documentary thanks
Belle toujours2006thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Buñuel1984DocumentaryHimself
Arena1984TV Series documentaryHimself
El náufrago de la calle Providencia1971DocumentaryHimself
Festival international de Cannes1971TV SeriesHimself
Berliner Bilderbogen1969TV SeriesHimself
Cinéastes de notre temps1964TV Series documentaryHimself
Cinépanorama1960TV Series documentaryHimself
Montparnasse1929ShortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ochéntame... otra vez2016TV Series documentaryHimself
Il était une fois...2013TV Series documentaryHimself
Spanish Hollywood2010DocumentaryHimself
50 años de2009TV SeriesHimself
Pepín Bello2008DocumentaryHimself
El último guión. Buñuel en la memoria2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
VI premis Barcelona de cinema2007TV Movie
Cámara negra. Teatro Victoria Eugenia2007TV Short documentaryHimself
Protagonistas del recuerdo2006-2007TV SeriesHimself
Filmmakers in Action2005DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
María querida2004Himself
Épreuves d'artistes2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
tvSSFBM EHKL2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Regarding Buñuel2000Documentaryél mismo
XIV premios Goya2000TV SpecialHimself
Un Buñuel mexican1997DocumentaryHimself
Mi primera película1995TV SeriesHimself
Luis Buñuel en los 601984ShortHimself
Nazarin1984ShortHimself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2007OFTA Film Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationCreative
1982Career Golden LionVenice Film Festival
1979CEC AwardCinema Writers Circle Awards, SpainBest Director (Mejor Director)Cet obscur objet du désir (1977)
1979Honorary PrizeMoscow International Film FestivalFor the contribution to the cinema.
1977LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest Foreign FilmCet obscur objet du désir (1977)
1977NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest DirectorCet obscur objet du désir (1977)
1977NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest DirectorCet obscur objet du désir (1977)
1975Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)Le fantôme de la liberté (1974)
1974BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest ScreenplayLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)· Jean-Claude Carrière
1973Critics AwardFrench Syndicate of Cinema CriticsBest FilmLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)
1973Career AwardSant Jordi Awards
1972NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest DirectorLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)
1971CEC AwardCinema Writers Circle Awards, SpainBest Director (Mejor Director)Tristana (1970)
1970Sant JordiSant Jordi AwardsBest Film (Mejor Película Española)Tristana (1970)
1969Career Golden LionVenice Film FestivalHomage for overall work
1969FIPRESCI Prize - Honorable MentionBerlin International Film FestivalFor the body of his works.
1969Interfilm AwardBerlin International Film FestivalLa voie lactée (1969)
1968Critics AwardFrench Syndicate of Cinema CriticsBest FilmBelle de jour (1967)
1968BodilBodil AwardsBest European Film (Bedste europæiske film)Belle de jour (1967)
1967Golden LionVenice Film FestivalBelle de jour (1967)
1967Pasinetti AwardVenice Film FestivalCompetitionBelle de jour (1967)
1965Special Jury PrizeVenice Film FestivalSimón del desierto (1965)
1965FIPRESCI PrizeVenice Film FestivalSimón del desierto (1965)
1963BodilBodil AwardsBest Non-European Film (Bedste ikke-europæiske film)El Ángel Exterminador (1962)
1961Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalViridiana (1961)
1961BodilBodil AwardsBest Non-European Film (Bedste ikke-europæiske film)Nazarín (1959)
1960Special MentionCannes Film FestivalThe Young One (1960)
1959International PrizeCannes Film FestivalNazarín (1959)
1956Golden ArielAriel Awards, MexicoRobinson Crusoe (1954)
1956Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Direction (Mejor Dirección)Robinson Crusoe (1954)
1956Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Screenplay (Mejor Adaptación)Robinson Crusoe (1954)
1951Best DirectorCannes Film FestivalLos olvidados (1950)
1951Golden ArielAriel Awards, MexicoLos olvidados (1950)
1951Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Direction (Mejor Dirección)Los olvidados (1950)
1951Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Screenplay (Mejor Adaptación)Los olvidados (1950)· Luis Alcoriza
1951Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Original Story (Mejor Argumento Original)Los olvidados (1950)· Luis Alcoriza

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1978CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Director (Meilleur réalisateur)Cet obscur objet du désir (1977)
1978CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Sreenplay, Original or Adaptation (Meilleur scénario, dialogue ou adaptation)Cet obscur objet du désir (1977)· Jean-Claude Carrière
1978OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another MediumCet obscur objet du désir (1977)· Jean-Claude Carrière
1974Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)
1974BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest DirectionLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)
1974BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Sound TrackLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)· Guy Villette
1973OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Published or ProducedLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)· Jean-Claude Carrière (collaboration)
1970Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)La voie lactée (1969)
1965Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)Le journal d'une femme de chambre (1964)
1965Golden LionVenice Film FestivalSimón del desierto (1965)
1962Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalEl Ángel Exterminador (1962)
1960Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalThe Young One (1960)
1959Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalNazarín (1959)
1956Golden ArielAriel Awards, MexicoEnsayo de un crimen (1955)
1956Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Direction (Mejor Dirección)Ensayo de un crimen (1955)
1956Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Screenplay (Mejor Adaptación)Ensayo de un crimen (1955)· Eduardo Ugarte
1954Golden LionVenice Film FestivalEl río y la muerte (1954)
1954Golden LionVenice Film FestivalRobinson Crusoe (1954)
1953Grand Prize of the FestivalCannes Film FestivalEl (1953)
1953Golden ArielAriel Awards, MexicoSubida al cielo (1952)
1953Silver ArielAriel Awards, MexicoBest Direction (Mejor Dirección)Subida al cielo (1952)
1952Grand Prize of the FestivalCannes Film FestivalSubida al cielo (1952)
1951Grand Prize of the FestivalCannes Film FestivalLos olvidados (1950)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1977NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorCet obscur objet du désir (1977)
1977NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ScreenplayCet obscur objet du désir (1977)· Jean-Claude Carrière
1973NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ScreenplayLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)· Jean-Claude Carrière
1972NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest ScreenplayLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)· Jean-Claude Carrière

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1973NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorLe charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972)


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#Quote
1[on Gala, the wife of Salvador Dali]: I've forgotten what the argument was about, but Gala was attacking me with her usual ferocity when I suddenly leapt to my feet, threw her to the ground, and began choking her...I was in a blind rage, but I knew I wasn't going to kill her. Strange as it may seem, all I wanted was to see the tip of her tongue between her teeth. Finally, I let go, and two days later, she left.
2Hate to leave while there's so much going on. It's like quitting in the middle of a serial.
3I've always felt a secret but constant link between the sexual act and death... Lately my own sexual desire has waned and finally disappeared, even in dreams, and I'm delighted.
4[in his autobiography on his onetime friend Salvador Dalí after stating that Dali's wife is the only woman the painter ever made love to] Of course, he's seduced many, particularly American heiresses... by stripping them naked in his apartment, frying a couple of eggs, putting them on the women's shoulders, and, without a word, showing them the door.
5A writer of a painter cannot change the world. But they can keep an essential margin of nonconformity alive.
6A Clockwork Orange (1971) is my current favorite. I was very predisposed against the film. After seeing it, I realize it is the only movie about what the modern world really means.
7J'aime la solitude, à condition qu'un ami vienne m'en parler de temps en temps. (I like solitude, as long as someone drops by to chat about it from time to time.)
8Age is something that doesn't matter, unless you are a cheese.
9Don't ask me my opinions on art, because I don't have any. Aesthetic concerns have played a relatively minor role in my life, and I have to smile when a critic talks, for example, of my "palette". I find it impossible to spend hours in galleries analyzing and gesticulating. Where [Pablo Picasso]'s concerned, his legendary facility is obvious, but sometimes I'm repelled by it. I can't stand "Guernica", which I nonetheless helped to hang. Everything about it makes me uncomfortable--the grandiloquent technique as well as the way it politicizes art. Both Alberti and [José Bergamín] share my aversion; in fact, all three of us would be delighted to blow up the painting, but I suppose we're too old to start playing with explosives.
10The films that influenced me the most, however, were Fritz Lang's. When I saw Der müde Tod (1921), I suddenly knew that I too wanted to make movies. It wasn't the three stories themselves that moved moved me so much, but the main episode--the arrival of the man in the black hat, whom I instantly recognized as Death, in a Flemish village, and the scene in the cemetery. Something about this film spoke to something deep in me; it clarified my life and my vision of the world. This feeling occurred whenever I saw a Lang movie, particular the 'Nibelungen' movies, and Metropolis (1927).
11I love dreams, even when they're nightmares, which is usually the case. My dreams are full of the same obstacles, but it doesn't matter. My amour fou for the dreams themselves as I shared with the surrealists. Un Chien Andalou (1929) was born of the encounter between my dreams and [Salvador Dalí]'s. Later, I brought the dreams directly into my films, trying as hard as I could to avoid any analysis. 'Don't worry if the movie's too short', I once told a Mexican producer. 'I'll just put in a dream.' He was not impressed.
12To compare me with Goya is a nonsense. Critics speak of Goya because they don't know anything about Quevedo, Theresa of Avila, the picaresque literature, Galdòs, [Ramón del Valle-Inclán] and others . . . Today's culture is unfortunately inseparable from economic and military power. A ruling nation can impose its culture and give a worldwide fame to a second-rate writer like [Ernest Hemingway]. [John Steinbeck] is important due to American guns. Had [John Dos Passos] and [William Faulkner] been born in Paraguay or in Turkey, who'd read them?
13Frankly, despite my horror of the press, I'd love to rise from the grave every ten years or so and go buy a few newspapers.
14In the name of Hippocrates, doctors have invented the most exquisite form of torture ever known to man: survival.
15If you were to ask me if I'd ever had the bad luck to miss my daily cocktail, I'd have to say that I doubt it; where certain things are concerned, I plan ahead.
16Fortunately, somewhere between chance and mystery lies imagination, the only thing that protects our freedom, despite the fact that people keep trying to reduce it or kill it off altogether.
17A paranoiac, like a poet, is born, not made.
18Tobacco and alcohol, delicious fathers of abiding friendships and fertile reveries.
19Give me two hours a day of activity, and I'll take the other twenty-two in dreams.
20'God and Country' are an unbeatable team; they break all records for oppression and bloodshed.
21If someone were to prove to me right this minute that God, in all his luminousness, exists, it wouldn't change a single aspect of my behavior.
22The bar . . . is an exercise in solitude. Above all else, it must be quiet, dark, very comfortable - and, contrary to modern mores, no music of any kind, no matter how faint. In sum, there should be no more than a dozen tables, and a client that doesn't like to talk.
23You have to begin to lose your memory, if only in bits and pieces, to realize that memory is what makes our lives. Life without memory is no life at all, just as an intelligence without the possibility of expression is not really an intelligence. Our memory is our coherence, our reason, our feeling, even our action. Without it, we are nothing.
24All my life I've been harassed by questions: Why is something this way and not another? How do you account for that? This rage to understand, to fill in the blanks, only makes life more banal. If we could only find the courage to leave our destiny to chance, to accept the fundamental mystery of our lives, then we might be closer to the sort of happiness that comes with innocence.
25I can only wait for the final amnesia, the one that can erase an entire life.
26Sex without religion is like cooking an egg without salt. Sin gives more chances to desire.
27Thank God, I'm an atheist.
28Nothing would disgust me more morally than winning an Oscar.
29I've always found insects exciting.
30[When asked why he made movies] To show that this is not the best of all possible worlds.
31I have a soft spot for secret passageways, bookshelves that open into silence, staircases that go down into a void, and hidden safes. I even have one myself, but I won't tell you where. At the other end of the spectrum are statistics which I hate with all my heart.

#Trademark
1Mockery or wholesale attacks upon religion, especially Catholicism
2Shocking subject matter
3Satirizies or outright attacks bourgeois lifestyles
4His films often include an animal in a scene, where they seem out of place
5Insects

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