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League of Occult Research & Education (LORE) Message Board › "Weird movie, you're soaking in it"

"Weird movie, you're soaking in it"

Anna
Spanglefeather
Olympia, WA
Post #: 55
After we watched " Holy Mountain" I wanted to mention that Jodorowsky's most famous film concerns a Spanish Cowboy searching for enlightenment. It's called "El Topo." Netflix has it now but it was banned for years because of all the freaks I guess.

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El Topo
(1970) NR
In this surreal Western, avant-garde filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky uses allegory and religious iconography to tell the story of a gunfighter, El Topo (Jodorowsky), who wanders the desert on an odyssey seeking enlightenment. But first, he must defeat four master gunfighters and dig a tunnel to free a colony of deformed underground dwellers from their dark confines. This experimental film reached cult status as the first of the "midnight movies."
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