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The images and identities in the Holy Mountain are cast off as easy as one would discard a piece of clothing; in essence, The Holy Mountain seeks for a deeper meaning.
The story of The Holy Mountain opens with a man awakening from the dead, or perhaps being dead, awakening in purgatory.
In The Holy Mountain evil charges into heaven to steal its secrets, only to discover that the sacrifices it has to make to obtain those secrets purifies it.
On the advice of Lennon, he acquired the rights to Fando Y Lis and El Topo by cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky, and financed his next film, The Holy Mountain, in 1973.
The Holy Mountain is a film that really goes beyond taste and critical debate; it is very possible to vehemently hate The Holy Mountain and still appreciate the sheer spectacle and audacity of Jodorowsky’s achievement.
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