From Calanda, Teruel, Aragón, Spain.
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Luis Buñuel was a revered international filmmaker known for his surrealist imagery, unique sense of humor and examination of class, sex and religion, among other themes. His economical approach to filmmaking and minimal methods of working with actors were later appreciated by many collaborators. Although he never spoke of or promoted his work, he left a huge impression on world cinema. Other notable films include: Un Chien Andalou (written with Salvador Dalí), Simon of the Desert, Belle de Jour, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, That Obscure Object of Desire.