Luis Buñuel’s The Exterminating Angel (1962)

Classic Film Night

Surreal and macabre, The Exterminating Angel is a masterpiece of satire from iconoclastic director Luis Buñuel that is on the New York Time’s Guide to the Best 1000 Movies Ever Made.

In Buñuel’s own words, it is “the story of a group of friends who have dinner together after seeing a play, but when they go into the living room after dinner, they find that for some inexplicable reason they can’t leave.”

Over the next few days, the conventions of polite society begin to crumble, then all pretense to civilisation collapses as the formerly refined guests are reduced to living like animals.


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