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Today in Movie History: March 21

It’s a quiet day today, but there’s a little gem worth mentioning, especially for sci-fi fans. Jodorowsky’s Dune is a fascinating documentary covering Chilean filmmaker Alajandro Jodorowsky — one of cinema’s most bizarre and striking visionaries — who attempted to assemble a version of the celebrated Frank Hebert classic Dune several years before David Lynch. It provides a hypnotic look not only at the man’s breathtakingly bonkers take on the project, but the effort and challenges that go into any piece of filmmaking It opened today in 2014, and if you haven’t seen it, you’re missing a treat.

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