3 Discs | BD-50
1.66:1 ratio
1.66:1 ratio
English 1.0 Dolby Digital Mono
French 1.0 PCM Mono
Subtitles: English
Regions A
 The Castaway of Providence Street (El náufrago de la calle Providencia), a 1971 homage to Luis Buñuel made by his longtime friends and fellow filmmakers Arturo Ripstein and Rafael Castanedo   Speaking of Buñuel (A propósito de Buñuel), a documentary from 2000 on Buñuel’s life and work   Trailer   Interview from 2000 with screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere   Excerpts from Jacques de Baroncelli’s 1929 silent film La femme et le pantin, an adaptation of Pierre Louÿs’s 1898 novel of the same name, on which That Obscure Object of Desire is also based   Trailer   Interview from 2000 with screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere   Trailer   Once Upon a Time: “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie,” a 2011 television program about the making of the film   Documentary from 1985 about producer Serge Silberman, who worked with Buñuel on five of his final seven films   Analysis of The Phantom of Liberty from 2017 by film scholar Peter William Evans   Lady Doubles, a 2017 documentary featuring actors Carole Bouquet and Angela Molina, who share the role of Conchita in That Obscure Object of Desire   Essays by critic Adrian Martin and novelist and critic Gary Indiana, along with interviews with Luis Buñuel by critics José de la Colina and Tomás Pérez Turrent   Portrait of an Impatient Filmmaker, Luis Buñuel, a 2012 short documentary featuring director of photography Edmond Richard and assistant director Pierre Lary   Episode of the French television program Pour le cinéma from 1972 that features behind-the-scenes footage of Luis Buñuel on set, along with interviews with the director and actors Stephane Audran, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Bulle Ogier, Fernando Rey, and Delphine Seyrig   Episode of the French television program Pour le cinéma from 1974 featuring actors Michel Piccoli and Jean-Claude Brialy   Episode of the French television program Le dernier des cinq from 1974 featuring Jean-Claude Brialy   Episode of the Belgian television program Le monde du cinéma from 1977, featuring Jean-Claude Carriere, actor Fernando Rey, and producer Serge Silberman   Conversation from 1977 among many of Buñuel’s collaborators, including Jean-Claude Carriere, Fernando Rey, and actors Julien Bertheau, Muni, and Michel Piccoli