Belle de Jour
Dir. Luis Buñuel (1967).
The great surrealists coolly outrageous masterpiece, starring Catherine Deneuve as a haute bourgeois matron who spends her afternoons working in a respectable, but hardly deluxe, brothel is founded on the directors genius for free-associative chitchat and orchestrated Freudian slips right down to its teasingly open ending.
Sun., June 13, 8:45 p.m., 2010
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