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The documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune is a film that attempts to deify the director and his offbeat canon, as well as document just how this passionate 85 year old directed “greatest movie never made.”
In 1975 Chilean Director Alejandro Jorowsky was on top of the world. The runaway success of his films El Topo and its sequel, The Holy Mountain had loaded his pockets with a ton of Euro Box office cash and garnered him a huge following among the weirdo artsy types. Because of this he was able to secure the rights to Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel “Dune.”
The Walt Disney Company has a history of taking from the Public Domain and not giving back. Instead they copyright what they take and then try to extend copyright on said properties indefinitely which keeps them out of the public domain forever. They have profited immensely from the Public Domain and legally pursuing any one who they feel threatened by. They do not give anything back. Only take.