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Filmmaker, writer, mime, master of tarot, psychomagician, Alejandro Jodorowsky is an artist whose robust sense of living is matched only by the exceptional breadth of his creative practice. His first film, Fando y Lis , shocked its audience into a riot when it premiered at the Acapulco Film Festival and was subsequently banned in Mexico.
In his office, surrounded by walls of books and esoteric objects, we discussed his films, his influences, chance and intention, gravity and reality. Can you describe the process of making this film? I was born in a small town called Tocopilla, in Chile. It was near the desert, near mines of copper. I was a child in a time of crisis.
Everyone was poor there. Everyone was fighting against poverty. There was only a plant to produce electricity there, and the only people who had jobs worked there. The name of this town is not on any map. Not one new house. It is exactly the same as when I was a child. The only thing that has changed is that the house and the store of my father burned to the ground.
My father had an obsession with sex. Since there was a port at Tocopilla — the ships came there to take away the copper — sailors would come to town to see prostitutes. Prostitution was the only other way, other than copper, to make any money. Anyway, my father would go by the ships when all the sailors were in town and steal boxes from them.