directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky
with: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Zamira Saunders, Horacio Salinas
Of all the movies that I've seen so far in my life, none of them is as visually assaulting as The Holy Mountain is. It is also one of the few movies that has changed the way I see the world today. It is a key that opens a hidden treasure found inside our brains. The Holy Mountain is for the open-minded, peaceful, creative and violently imaginative everyday philosopher. From religion to economy, from Venus to Neptune, The Holy Mountain is the movie that the greater number of people who see it, the better place we'll live in. Jodorowsky relied on surrealism with no fear to failure. He experiments in many different ways with unpredictable sound effects and explicit nudity and violence.