R | | Comedy
A series of surreal sequences that critique morality and society in a stream of consciousness style.
The title is a reference to "The Communist Manifesto" which in English begins: "A spectre is stalking Europe, the spectre of Communism." The French translation known to Buñuel translated "spectre" as "fantome". So the title can be seen as a dig at the "Bourgeois" mentality which fears freedom, and also a sideswipe at the rather straightjacketed Communist parties of the time.
Le docteur de Legendre/Doctor Pasolini:
You have cancer of the liver.
Legendre/Mr. Legendre: Cancer? Me?
Le docteur de Legendre/Doctor Pasolini: It's in a fairly advanced state. But today, you know, these things... Cigarette?
At the beginning of the movie after shooting the prisoners you can see one of the victims moving the hand although he's dead.
$6,172 10 November 2002
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