A sort of Ronald Reagan tropical melodrama riddled by Luis Buñuel with good, nasty, subversive gags. E.g., Michel Piccoli's devout Catholic missionary, obliged to pretend to a vigilante mob that he has spent the night with a prostitute, hangs his head with hand-in-the-cookie-jar shame while the mob whoops with laughter; then, with the mob gone, the prostitute tries to get the priest to buck up, and he mutters unresponsively, "I must go meditate." With Simone Signoret and Charles Vanel. (1956) — Duncan Shepherd
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