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  Luis Buñuel one of the most influential directors ever, his films changed the way people view cinema and yet his work is woefully under-represented on DVD…until now. Groundbreaking label Mr Bongo Films is delighted to announce the release of two of Buñuel’s earlier works, The Brute and Susana on DVD for the first time ever on 7 March 2011.

The Brute aka El Bruto is a bold, brutal and blistering melodrama starring two of Mexico’s finest actors, and is the highlight of Buñuel’s Mexican period.

Susana aka The Devil and The Flesh is a powerful melodrama in which a beautiful, sultry delinquent girl (Rosita Quintana) escapes from a reform school and finds solace in the home of a well to do family.
  Graeme Clark [4 Feb 2011 at 21:14]

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