Alejandro Jodorowsky’s first feature film in more than two decades is an autobiographical account of his relationship with his father, Jaime, a Communist living on the coast of Chile. Jodorowsky peoples his film with an assortment of archetypal figures and symbolic events. His narrative is a dreamlike story told through unforgettable visuals, hampered only by self-indulgent interjections by the aged director. Not rated. 130 minutes. In Spanish with subtitles. Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe. See review.
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