But surely the Pinal interviews will be more related to these films than Viridiana!mteller wrote:Not really. Great, yet ANOTHER career retrospective doc on Bunuel. And another Pinal interview.
And the documentaries look like they will be exploring different facets of Buñuel's career. According to mifunesamurai's review on imdb of A Mexican Buñuel: "This documentary covers the years Luis Bunuel spent in Mexico making over 21 films. In a short time of 57 minutes they brushed over his efforts and sometimes dwelling on his more important films such as my favourite LOS OLVIDADOS (1950) & SIMON DEL DESIERTO (1965).", so it seems relevant that this documentary turns up on Simon Of The Desert, especially as that imdb commenter goes on to mention his disappointment that the film doesn't go into much detail on Viridiana.
I'm glad these extremely important Buñuel gaps have been filled on DVD - now we can start lobbying for the rarer film miless talks about.