The dinner party scene in 'The Phantom of Liberty' where the guests are seated around the table on flushing toilets  

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The dinner party scene in 'The Phantom of Liberty' where the guests are seated around the table on flushing toilets.[1]

In Le Fantôme de la liberté, a 1974 Luis Buñuel film, there is a dinner party scene where the guests are seated around the table on flushing toilets. They politely discuss various issues around the topic of defecation whilst publicly using the toilets that they are sitting on. When a guest is hungry, he excuses himself and retires to a private cubicle to eat food.

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