3 things about Luis Buñuel’s BELLE DE JOUR

Belle de Jour [1967]

1. She walks through the autumn leaves and sits down alone on a park bench. From her purse she removes a handkerchief and blots a tear from her right eye. She goes back to see Madame Anais.
2. They briefly assume the pose of Millet’s “Angelus.”
3. Bells, cats, the discussion of another ski trip.

So tough to choose the perfect Buñuel film. But this might be it. 3 other things.

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