Three films by visionary Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky. In 'El Topo' (1971), gunslinger El Topo (Jodorowsky) travels the desert with his seven-year-old son. When they come across the scene of a massacre, one of the dying victims tells them that the gang responsible are led by a man known as the Colonel. El Topo sets out to exact vengeance, liberating the Colonel's wife in the process. She then challenges El Topo to prove his mettle by taking on the four masters of the desert. 'Holy Mountain' (1973) is an epic hallucination filled with weirdness and wonder. The story centres on a thief who joins a group of people who plan to storm The Holy Mountain and steal the secret of eternal life... In 'Fando y Lis' (1968), based on Jodorowsky's memories of a play by surrealist Fernando Arrabal, Fando and his partially paralysed lover Lis search for the mythical city of Tar.