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‘Dance of Reality’ director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s fantasies

  • A typically surrealistic scene from 85-year-old filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky's "Dance of Reality." Photo: ABKCO Films
    A typically surrealistic scene from 85-year-old filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “Dance of Reality.” Photo: ABKCO Films
 For “The Dance of Reality,” his first movie in 24 years, Alejandro Jodorowsky returned to the tiny coastal village in Chile where he grew up to tell the story of a seemingly surreal upbringing overseen by a tyrannical father and aria-belting mother.

Jodorowsky, 85, says he embellished the facts to represent a child’s point of view, but remained faithful to the core truths of his youth. “My father was an admirer of Stalin the dictator and all his life, he dressed in the costume of Stalin, so that was real. My mother wanted to be an opera singer but had to work in the store all day long, which made her very sad. In making this movie, I asked myself, ‘Why don’t I give her the possibility to sing opera?’ This is a picture, not reality.”

In “The Dance of Reality,” Jodorowsky cast his son Brontis to portray the character of his father. “I wanted to see how that would feel,” the director explains. “I had a lot of problems with my father because he was very cruel. As I directed the film, I started to hate my son…..

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‘Dance of Reality’ director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s fantasies

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Jodorowsky had more notable figures lined up for his cast too. He talked to Kung Fu star David Carradine about playing Paul’s father. He says he clinched Orson Welles to play villain Baron Harkonnen by promising him a personal chef. And he got insane arch-surrealist Salvador Dalí to play the emperor of the galaxy by promising him $100,000 per minute of screen time and a flaming giraffe….

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