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The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie


Fernando Rey, Delphine Seyrig, Paul Frankeur, Bulle Ogier View All


Luis Buņuel (Screenplay), Luis Buņuel (Director), Jean-Claude Carričre (Screenplay) View All

Release: Sep. 15th, 1972
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
In Luis Buņuel’s deliciously satiric masterpiece, an upper-class sextet sits down to dinner but never eats, their attempts continually thwarted by a vaudevillian mixture of events both actual and imagined.
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I like the way that the film portrays the intersection between the upper class, the military, and the working people.
With a movie about "Bourgoeisie" and a plot about rich people struggling to have dinner, I 100% expected by the end of the movie people just to bust through the door and gun them all down, and that's EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENS but they don't even have the BALLS the stick with it because it's just a ****in....