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Luis Bunuel

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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