Oh, and speaking of Surreal: Spain Digs Dali

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Dali&Hitch: It’s surreal

https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-dali-hitchcock-brought-surrealism-hollywoodBut Hitchcock didn’t hire him for the publicity value. “I wanted Dalí because of the architectural sharpness of his work,” the filmmaker explained in a 1962 interview. Rather than the traditional, blurred Hollywood dream sequence, Hitchcock “wanted to convey the dream with great visual sharpness and clarity, sharper than the film itself.” Spellbound stars Ingrid [...]