Discover The Versatility Of Monica Vitti In Michelangelo Antonioni's. Not to mention the fact that films move, so that the visual compositions so essential to their coherence (and quality) go rushing past the viewer, sometimes even more rapidly than the spoken words that co-exist with the images. Michelangelo Antonioni's reputation precedes him; he was a favorite of. In Tope Ogundare's video essay for Fandor, he explores Vitti's.
The Passenger Review by Matthew Landry - MUBI “A filmmaker is a man like any other; and yet his life is not the same. “The Architecture of Vision provides a filmmaker’s absorbing reflections and inshts on his career. A film about suicide, about identity, about one's will to escape. I found this to be very political for it's overtones, and very existential for it's undertones. I feel as though I could write an essay on "The Passenger". As my favorite Antonioni film, I also enjoyed how beautifully shot and acted it was.
The Point of View of a Stranger An Essay on Antonioni's "Eclipse" Through autobiographical sketches, theoretical essays, interviews, and conversations with such luminaries as Jean-Luc Godard and Alberto Moravia, this compelling volume explores the director’s unique brand of narrative-defying cinema as well as the motivations and anxieties of the man behind the camera. Essay on. Antonioni's. Eclipse. Antonioni's. Eclipse 1962 begins at the end. It is the end of. fashion of today this essay suggests. film, The Passenger.
The Passenger – the written reel This is, I think, a special way of being in contact with reality.” Or so says Michelangelo Antonioni, the legendary filmmaker behind the stark landscapes and social alienation of Blow-Up and L’Avventura, who here reveals his idiosyncratic relationship with reality in The Architecture of Vision. The following is the third and final essay for my Global Cinema course, entitled “ Antonioni’s Artwork The Passenger.” The paper focuses on the final scene of Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1975 film, The Passenger.