El Bruto (The Brute) (1953)
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Bunuel, for the first time in his life, was busy earning a decent living by turning out popular comedies and melodramas for Latin American audiences and, occasionally, making films of real distinction. El Bruto is not one of these.
a Frankenstein variant as the title character is physically as strong as the cattle he slaughters, yet the gentle soul remains vulnerable to the charms of women
Sure, El Bruto is relatively apolitical but that's because Buñuel is drunk on animal magnetism.
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