Absent from filmmaking for over twenty years, Alejandro Jodorowsky has at last returned to haunt you with more violent imagery and sand with La Danza de la Realidad. In comparison to the director's most famous creations, the surreal cult films The Holy Mountain and El Topo, this looks fairly whimsical--you know, besides the immediate bucket of guts, but that's only to be expected. The film reportedly takes an autobiographical look at Jodorowsky's Chilean childhood, following in the Fellini tradition of stylizing the events with an intricate, surreal beauty. Meanwhile, following in the Barnes & Noble calendar section tradition, there are also some dogs in funny costumes. Here's the trailer:
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