An Andalusian Dog
What the fuck was that????
So this is one of those surrealist films that is "artsy and sophisticated" that no one really understands but they pretend to. It is a sixteen minute long French (of course) movie that just shows a series of weird, disturbing images in hopes of getting some sort of reaction. You have probably heard about the famous eye-splitting scene. That isn't the disturbing part. The ants are the disturbing part. There is a hole in this one guys hand where ants come out. Now I have been scared of ants since I stepped into an ant hill while volunteering for a park when I was younger. You should be too! Here are some scary ant facts.
1. The Argentian ant is a type of ant that lives in a global colony. That means that if an Argentian ant from Mexico and one from New Zealand met each other, they would work seamlessly together. A global colony!
2. They have been known to attack villages during droughts and then to eat babies and chickens.
3. They are superorganisms!!!
Anyway, back to the movie. Disturbing for disturbance's sake. I have seen a lot of better ways to communicate a message than just putting together a bunch of random scenes. Still, if you want to watch it, at least it is short.
Salvador Dali cameoed.
This is the shortest movie in the list.
Voted as one of the most dangerous movies by Premiere magazine.
The eye that got sliced was a cow's eye.
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