The Blood of a Poet (1932)

Jean Cocteau directs Enrique Rivero, Elizabeth Lee Miller and Pauline Carton in this surreal classic where an artist becomes seduced and trapped by his own work and life.

Really just best to let the weirdness and iconoclasm wash over you in cinematic waves. Full of impressive practical effects work, conjuring and rug pulls.


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