Director: Alejandro Jodorowsky
This Jodorowsky dreamscape can hardly be described in words, but its cult status speaks for itself. Nonsensical in an intentional way, The Holy Mountain is first and foremost a nightmare to be enjoyed, and second, an opulent satire to ponder on. To call it surrealist is an understatement as the film bends genre and ideas of what film is in the first place. Blending occultism and social commentary, Jodorowsky creates a personal spectacle of a grand scale.
Written by Lilo