No other Buñuel picture boasts a more tangible, zestful feel for nature
A rarely seen provocative racially and Lolita-like themed drama.
| Original Score: A
It gets under the skin of these characters, but offers little relief.
Zachary Scott and Bernie Hamilton star as deadly adversaries on an island hell in Luis Bunuel's The Young One, a rarely shown English-language gem about racism and pedophilia.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
Poets have said that eyes are the windows to the soul, but Luis Buñuel believed that our legs and feet revealed more about us than any other parts of our bodies.
| Original Score: 4/4
provokes more discussions about life's existential problems than more conventionally moralistic filmmakers
| Original Score: B
[The film] is full of poetic asides and unexpected developments, revealing Bunuel's dark, philosophical wit at its most personal.
| Original Score: 4/5