Short French surrealist film created in 1928/1929 by Salvador Dali
and Luis Bunuel. The provocative, shock film opens with a scene where a womans eye is sliced open by a razor and is followed by a series of surreal scenes including severed hands, dead donkeys and a man with ants emerging from a hole in his hand.
The film is also mentioned in The Pixies song "Debaser
Dali and Bunuel later worked together on a similar surrealist film named L'Age d'Or which was consequently banned in many countries.