Belle de Jour

So it didn’t take long after finishing my 1985 movie marathon that I got in the mood to explore another year’s releases, and this time I’ve decided to go back even further, to 1967 — I picked ’67 for the simple reason that it marks a 50 year jump back. I’m definitely not going to shoot for 30 movies this time, probably 10-15, and I started with a movie I remember quite enjoying, and that’s Luis Bunuel’s Belle de Jour. I’m glad to say I enjoyed it just as much as I remembered (the last time I watched it was probably 20 years ago). It’s deliciously weird and odd, with an ending I still quite like.

Author: Jean Snow

Production Coordinator at Ubisoft Montréal. Before that, half a life spent in Tokyo.