True art transcends time.

In 1929, Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali shocked tout le monde with their surrealist provocation Un Chien Andalou. The next year they were at it again with the feature-length L'Age d'Or (pictured above)—Buñuel's feature directorial debut and one of the first French films with a soundtrack. L'Age d'Or would be Buñuel and Dali's last collaboration—they differed politically (Buñuel at the time a Communist supporter and Dali a proponent of European aristocracy) and religiously (Dali protested Buñuel's attacks on the Church). Also, it didn't help that Buñuel and Dali's future wife, Gala, despised each other.