Rafael González brought to your EC Editor's attention this odd historical item.
In the Spanish Civil War the republican forces fighting General Franco's Nationalist army used specially-designed Modern-art-inspired prison cells to torture Fascist prisoners.
An article at OPEN CULTURE tells us that "evidence also indicates that,
elsewhere in Spain, Nationalist prisoners were forced to watch
Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel's film Un Chien Andalou,"
especially an endless loop of its "graphic sequence of an eyeball being cut open".
This is a new, possibly short-lived, and highly experimental page at Electronic Cottage.