Daisies is a 1966 comedy-drama surrealist Czech film. It has been both controversial and acclaimed. It can be watched free on Reference.TV, with an HBO MAX subscription, or on Youtube:
AnOtherMag opens with this: "Věra Chytilová’s 60s masterpiece Daisies is a brilliantly surreal trip into an aesthetic paradise, and a utopia where women are liberated from the conservative conventions of etiquette" and says "it was filmed during a brief period of artistic liberalism following the homogeneity of Czech’s Communist rule and before the Soviet invasion of 1968 which saw it banned for “depicting the wanton”. Simultaneously a brilliant dissent against political conservativsm and an endless source of fashion inspiration".
Art Forum says, "Although not immediately regarded as a masterpiece, Daisies is now understood as a classic text from the golden age of Eastern European allegory—albeit with a difference." Slant Magazine has a positive review. BirthMoviesDeath concludes, "Turns out one of 1966's most psychedelic, provocative films is one of its most progressive, too."