Buñuel was 77 when he made this masterful swan song: an anarchic send-off to his career-long obsessions that stars go-to Fernando Rey as Mathieu, a French bon vivant who spends a train ride flashing back to his doomed love with a mercurial flamenco dancer named Conchita (played by Carole Bouquet and Angela Molina). Setting their story against the backdrop of politically terrorized streets, in which bombings and shootings occur without warning, Buñuel links political and sexual frustration with the filmmaker’s trademark surrealism, mystery and wit. An NYFF15 closing night selection.