5 Fantastic Surreal Films You’ve Probably Never Heard Of


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Slack Adaptation hat eine Liste mit fantastischen surrealen Filmen inklusive Videoclips. Dort gibt es nackte Damen, die sich mit Eidotter einreiben, sehr seltsame Methoden des Wäschewaschens oder obiges, absolut oberwitziges Video mit einem Herrn und seinem Bürstenfetisch, der sich seine Nippel ordentlich durchbürstet. Ich lieg’ unter’m Tisch hier. Oh, meine Nippel explodieren vor Lust!

Die Szene stammt aus dem tschechischen Film CONSPIRATORS OF PLEASURE von Spiklenci Slasti.

It’s definitely my favorite film.
Svankmajer is a master of surrealism and a world-reference for stop-motion animation. Although this isn’t one of his most known films, I consider it his masterpiece. With no dialogues (nor need for any), the characters never meet – and obliviously craft a synesthetic network where fetishes and desires are realized in a surprising manner. You could oversimplify it as being a film about onanism full of surreal sequences with Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony as soundtrack, but that wouldn’t do it justice. Pure cinema at its best.

5 Fantastic Surreal Films You’ve Probably Never Heard Of (via Neatorama)

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  1. Nerdsnacks

    *kram* *wühl* Wo hab ich nur mein WTF versteckt? Ah da ist es ja: WTF?!

  2. Tim


  3. Schteisch

    joa, also sehr viel originelleres fällt mir dazu jetzt leider auch nicht ein^^


  4. Bateman

    Man kann auch den obskursten Scheiß posten ;-)

  5. Tino

    hmm, ich bin wahrscheinlich schon viel zu oberflächlich geworden, um darin wirklich Kunst zu sehen. Meiner Ansicht nach 2 min verschwendete Lebenszeit.

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