3-4. Mmm. It has a few of the same issues that 'Un Chien Andalou' had. But I think the longer runtime definitely works to its advantage. This film has a lot more breathing room, so a lot more of its setups have time to be mined for the most possible meat. Resultantly, more coherent evocations come forth from the setups, and L'Age D'Or feels like a more poignant movie, overall. Definitely deserves its reputation.