I know, I know. It doesn't have the same ring to it. But. Just as life takes its twists and turns, so does nudity. ;-) I blow myself away by my profundity. All I want to say is that the nudes did not make it last night due to the frigid temperatures in the Northeast. It seems everything is taking longer to thaw than usual.
Between reading Francis Hunt and Singing Bear's blogs, I thought of one of mine and WP's favorite films, McCabe and Mrs. Miller. And what a fitting setting for what is going on weather-wise around these parts. No amount of "summer feeling" can erase the reality of this storm. Yikes.
Un Chien Andalou (English: An Andalusian Dog) is a 16-minute surrealist film made in France in 1928 by Spanish writer/directors Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí, and released in 1929 in Paris. It is one of the best-known surrealist films of the French avant-garde film movement of the 1920s. It is also considered one of the most prominent films in Spanish Surrealism. It stars Simone Mareuil and Pierre Batcheff as the unnamed protagonists.
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