Why is the keyword "surrealism" on 10,508 titles?
Someone seems to believe that any title that is not strictly realistic deals in surrealism. That includes all science fiction and fantasy films/shows as well as absolutely anything that's animated.
"Surrealism is a cultural movement that developed in Europe in the aftermath of World War I in which artists depicted unnerving, illogical scenes and developed techniques to allow the unconscious mind to express itself."
TOM AND JERRY: THE MOVIE and THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER do not deal with this cultural movement in their plots, and neither do 99% of the other titles.
Even if the idea is that all non-realistic movies are surreal (which is ludicrous), that would mean the keyword surrealism is being used as a subjective description of the film.
The keywords should not be describing movies as surreal any more than they should be calling them exciting, heart-breaking, or bizarre.
The issue with this keyword is 10 to 15 years old. I thought it had been resolved a long time ago.