Belle de Jour (1967) is Luis Buñuel’s most famous movie and his biggest commercial hit. It’s a fascinating exercise in surrealism and eroticism and it’s a movie that is perplexing and challenging, but in a good way. You think you have it all figured out then you watch it a second time and you change your mind completely. An art film that is also utterly entralling.Catherine Deneuve gives her career-best performance.You can find my full review here. Read entire story.
Source: Cult Movie Reviews