I saw An Andalusian Dog when I was sixteen, in a public library of all places. I wonder if any librarian would dare screen it today! Now I can see it on Netflix whenever I want to, and I watched it last night. A wonderful thing about this 1929 milestone of cinema and surrealism is that it simply is as it appears – weird. Luis Bunuel used to make jokes about the deep interpretations that critics would apply to his montages and visual non sequiturs: I just liked how it looked, he would say.
Check out this comic by Max, Bardin, The Superrealist for a wild ride inspired in part by Dali, Bunuel, and their Andalusian Dog.