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“Antonioni is suggesting that (Western) society -- and its members -- should not fear the "moral unknown"; just as the scientific unknown no longer inspires fear and uncertainty but enthusiasm . . .”
Remo S. on L’avventura: Cannes Statement, about 21 hours ago.
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DARUMA on What’s Happening on Hulu, about 23 hours ago.
“1) The desolete, ominous atmosphere2) Monica Vitti's stunning beauty3) Antonioni's revoluntionary use of film grammar.”
Sidney on Three Reasons: L’avventura, 2 days ago.
“I have that on DVD. It's in a good presentation w/ an excellent commentary track from Jack Nicholson. I'm waiting for Blow-Up and Zabriskie Point to be on Criterion.”
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