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  • By Nick
    November 21, 2011
    07:22 PM

    These photos make me want to watch his films again to get the context of those images. Antonioni's landscapes are always thought out and complex, reflecting the questions being raised in his films.
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  • By Dan
    November 21, 2011
    08:56 PM

    Now release La Notte.
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  • By Kevin
    November 22, 2011
    03:38 AM

    I would kill for L'Avventura on Blu-ray.
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    • By NotInOurStars
      August 15, 2014
      04:32 PM

      Get ready.
  • By David Hollingsworth
    November 22, 2011
    05:10 PM

    Antonioni always knew how to film landscapes, judging by these images. The landscape is one of the many reasons to watch his films.
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  • By chris_diaz
    November 23, 2011
    08:11 PM

    my antonioni-influenced portrait: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mr-kiss-kiss-bang-bang/6390731459/in/photostream
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  • By FG
    August 02, 2012
    08:39 AM

    Geographically and architecturally,very impressive.To me,the most bizarre photo from Identification of a Woman.No 28.Pale wood with traffic light creates very intensive atmosphere.(about psychology of a woman)
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  • By Koen Boyden
    March 06, 2013
    10:10 AM

    looking for The Red Desert DVD with dutch subtitles. Annyone knows where I can find it?
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  • By Samb Hicks
    May 09, 2014
    11:25 AM

    Has anyone considered issuing an anthology of Antonioni's short films? There are more than enough that haven't been included as bonus material anywhere to fill a disc.
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