SHH – HOLY MOUNTAIN 1973 – Cult Cinema Nights – FRI 20th MAR 8pm

SHH – HOLY MOUNTAIN 1973 - Cult Cinema Nights – 20th MAR 8pm

SHH – HOLY MOUNTAIN 1973 – Cult Cinema Nights – 20th MAR 8pm

SHH – HOLY MOUNTAIN 1973

Cult Cinema Nights – 20th MAR 8pm

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SHH Cult Cinema Nights
Holy Mountain 1973

One of the most interesting films ever made!

Why have we picked it?

Alejandro Jodorowsky is one of the most interesting film makers ever! The images from this film will stay with you forever. The film is visually stunning, it discusses very honestly major problems with our world – especially capitalism. And the surreal language is like a symphony for the eyes.
If surrealism is your thing, you have to see this film. 
If you think the world could be a little bit of a better place – the film is for you.
If the design is your thing – this film is for you.
If DIFFERENT if your thing – this…

…if… if… really everyone should see this…

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Synopsis

In a corrupt, greed-fueled world, a powerful alchemist leads a Christ-like character and seven materialistic figures to the Holy Mountain, where they hope to achieve enlightenment.

History:

La montaña sagrada (The Holy Mountain, reissued as The Sacred Mountain) is a 1973 Mexican-American surreal fantasy film directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky, who also participated as an actor, composer, set designer and costume designer on the film.[1] The film was produced by Beatles manager Allen Klein of ABKCO Music and Records, after Jodorowsky scored an underground phenomenon with El Topo and the acclaim of both John Lennon and George Harrison (Lennon and Yoko Ono put up production money). It was shown at various international film festivals in 1973, including Cannes,[2] and limited screenings in New York and San Francisco.

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