In the study, the movie La Montana Sagrada (1973) was analyzed using the method of semiotic analysis. The works in the film have been analyzed in two sections as "Footprints of the Past" and "The Modern World". In this context, the reinterpretations of works such as Goya's 3 May, Michelangelo's Pieta, an anonymous work Gabrielle d'Estrees and Sister's Portrait and the works directly used by artist Manuel Falguerez were analyzed. In the section "Footsteps of the past", some of the most striking examples of art history are semiotically revived in the transfer of difficult concepts such as religion, politics and exploitation. In the "Modern world" part of the film, postmodern works were used as a means of transmission in re-questioning concepts such as religion, war and exploitation that evolved in a different direction after modernism. With this film, Jodorowsky made a narrative through the works and at the same time revealed one of the most interesting examples of performance art.
Keywords: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Cinema, Reprodiction, Postmodern art, La Montana Sagrada, Semiotic