Captivating feature length documentary on the life and art of Alejandro Jodorowsky by Swiss director Louis Mouchet.
Jodorowsky’s first film blends surreal beauty and savage imagery to fashion a bizarre tale of corrupted innocence and sadomasochistic love.
An instinctive and visceral cult classic, this metaphysical and anarchist western is a violent apology on the oppression and arrogance of power.
An erotic delirium and political satire about the search for alchemic truths and immortality in a universe peopled with martyrs, whores, and false prophets.
A freakish circus, a church devoted to a saintly woman with no arms and an elephant’s funeral are some of the ingredients of this weird and hallucinatory horror show.
Alejandro Jodorowsky first sets foot in Paris in 1955 with the intention of becoming a mime player. Alongside Marcel Marceau, he takes the course of Etienne Decroux. Afterwards, he works with Maurice Chevalier in the Music Hall, before his decisive encounters with people like Roland Topor and Francisco Arrabal, with whom he founds le Théâtre… Continue reading Retro Alejandro Jodorowsky