Part II of "Jimmy Stewart being mean to girls twenty years younger than him"
What a fun surrealist romp!
Bunuel paints a portrait of a dysfunctional relationship by having two actresses play the same character. The two women switch in and out, seemingly at random, evoking the elusiveness of her character as seen through her lover's eyes. Sounds a bit sexist (women are so unpredictable and fickle, it's like they're two people at once!) but Bunuel leverages this response to critique male desire's violence.
And it's hilarious!!!!!!!1!1!1!11!1oneoneone