Salomé (1976)


One of the most important films of the French experimental cinema, filmed by the Mexican director Teo Hernandez. A personal interpretation of Oscar Wilde’S Salome from three basic elements: the light, the color and the projection speed.

Director: Teo Hernandez.


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  1. Gerald L. Austin
    December 2, 2023

    I tried to watch this, but it was difficult to figure out what was the original movie, and what was the work of the religious zealots. I had to try two different times, but I don’t think that I actually saw the complete movie. It did have some nice nudity, and I liked the music that I heard.

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