Film, Freud, and Paranoia: Dali and the Representation of Male Desire in An Andalusian Dog

  title={Film, Freud, and Paranoia: Dali and the Representation of Male Desire in An Andalusian Dog},
  author={I. L{\'o}pez},
  pages={35 - 48}
An Andalusian Dog, one of the most universally acclaimed films in cinema history, is frequently mentioned by critics as a privileged point of reference for the Surrealist rebellion. The film remains enigmatic to this day. Criticism has concentrated on the validity and effectiveness of its images to exemplify the avant-garde attack against social conventions and against the exclusive dominance of rationality in epistemology and social discourse. But this contextual approach does not take account… Expand
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