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In the end actions are never judged; this is not about consequences. And while class was always a theme to a certain extent, from the socialites in “Les Amiches,” to the vagabond father in “Il Grido,” to the affluent couples in his “alienation trilogy,” his chief concern was more with the fundamental discontent that seems to be a byproduct of wealth, not wealth itself. Antonioni's final film, made when he was in his 90s, was a segment of the anthology film Eros (2004), entitled "Il filo pericoloso delle cose" ("The Dangerous Thread of Things"). Antonioni è stato spesso criticato per una certa presunzione mostrata nella realizzazione di questo film: per un verso nel merito dei temi trattati, per la spavalderia e il pragmatismo con cui li ha risolti; per l’altro verso è stata sottolineata la distanza tra le origini provinciali del regista e la grandeur dell’ambientazione e della storia. Because just like Antonioni’s similarly themed explorations that followed, it’s a film that almost never provides satisfying or easy answers to the mysteries of human behavior. It starred David Hemmings and Vanessa Redgrave. While he had made five previous movies, 1957’s “ Il Grido ” being the most essential of the bunch, Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni ’s career didn’t really begin in earnest until a May 1960 evening at the Cannes Film Festival where his latest film, “ L’Avventura,” was met with boos, exaggerated yawns, loud jeers, and even derisive laughter. Le amiche è un film del 1955 diretto da Michelangelo Antonioni, liberamente tratto dal romanzo Tra donne sole di Cesare Pavese. There are people who do adapt, and others who can't manage, perhaps because they are too tied to ways of life that are by now out-of-date. "[27], Bordwell explains that Antonioni was extremely influential on subsequent art films: "More than any other director, he encouraged filmmakers to explore elliptical and open-ended narrative. Interview with F. Tomasulo, in On Film (Los Angeles), Fall 1984. We have been capable of all this, but we have not been capable of finding new ones. With Jack Nicholson, Maria Schneider, Jenny Runacre, Ian Hendry. A key text of swinging London, Michaelangelo Antonioni’s Palme d’Or winning film was released in 1967. A “noir in reverse,” “L’Avventura” is almost two different films in one: an austere, haunting and strangely disquieting first half where a socialite goes missing on a remote island while on a boat trip with her well-to-do friends, its chilly environment, as usual, is the perfect setting for the disaffected psychology of the characters (a fundamental element of all subsequent Antonioni films). Chatman, Seymour Benjamin, and Paul Duncan. Professione: reporter è un film di genere drammatico del 1974, diretto da Michelangelo Antonioni, con Jack Nicholson e Maria Schneider. Esemplare la rappresentazione della natura mai così protagonista: Aldo, con la sua giacca sdrucita, con la sua bambina che gli trotterella dietro, cammina nelle terre del Po, fra i filari, sull'argine, nel fango, lontano ci sono i paesi. Previously, he had been nominated for Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Screenplay for Blowup. [29] Stanley Kubrick listed La Notte as one of his ten favorite films in a 1963 Poll. It was presented to him by Jack Nicholson. [30] Miklós Jancsó considers Antonioni as his master. In seguito alla proiezione del film, il regista Roberto Rossellinidichiarò: “L’avventura è il più bel film mai presentato a un festival”. Born into a working-class family, he succeeded in obtaining a comfortable position through evening courses and hard work. But each film had a voyage, albeit one where characters were inevitably trapped in an intricate psychosis of indifference, ambivalence and weighted silences. As such, “L’Avventura,” is a bold but apropos title, forcing us to think of this type of affair as an adventure that may not lead anywhere or even mean very much, in its exploration of the complexities of desire, longing and connection. Ingmar Bergman stated in 2002 that while he considered the Antonioni films Blowup and La notte masterpieces, he found the other films boring and noted that he had never understood why Antonioni was held in such esteem. These films were neorealist in style, being semi-documentary studies of the lives of ordinary people. My mother ... was a warm and intelligent woman who had been a laborer in her youth. [9] Antonioni returned to their use in L'avventura (1960), which became his first international success. Distribuito da CEI INCOM - CD VIDEOSUONO. While he had made five previous movies, 1957’s “Il Grido” being the most essential of the bunch, Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni’s career didn’t really begin in earnest until a May 1960 evening at the Cannes Film Festival where his latest film, “L’Avventura,” was met with boos, exaggerated yawns, loud jeers, and even derisive laughter. Yet the film is not a condemnation of their putatively shallow behavior—instead it’s an exploration of the inexplicable nature of love, moral ambivalence, and fragility of modern behavior. Although it dealt with the challenging theme of the impossibility of objective standards and the ever-doubtable truth of memory, it was a successful and popular hit with audiences, no doubt helped by its sex scenes, which were explicit for the time. [9], However, Antonioni's first full-length feature film Cronaca di un amore (1950) broke away from neorealism by depicting the middle classes. The second film was Zabriskie Point (1970), his first set in America and with a counterculture theme. "[2] Stephen Dalton of the British Film Institute described Antonioni's influential visual hallmarks as "extremely long takes, striking modern architecture, painterly use of colour, [and] tiny human figures adrift in empty landscapes," noting similarities to the "empty urban dreamscapes" of surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico. Durata 102 minuti. Identificazione di una donna (Identification of a Woman, 1982), filmed in Italy, deals one more time with the recursive subjects of his Italian trilogy. Durata 122 minuti. L'opera, la quinta del regista di Ferrara , ha riscosso un buon successo di critica tanto da essere premiata con il Leone d'argento alla 16ª Mostra internazionale d'arte cinematografica di Venezia . In 1943, he travelled to France to assist Marcel Carné on Les visiteurs du soir and then began a series of short films with Gente del Po (1943), a story of poor fishermen of the Po valley. Antonioni then signed a deal with producer Carlo Ponti that would allow artistic freedom on three films in English to be released by MGM. "[4] The New Yorker wrote that "Antonioni captured a new bourgeois society that shifted from physical to intellectual creation, from matter to abstraction, from things to images, and the crisis of personal identity and self-recognition that resulted," calling his 1960s collaborations with Monica Vitti "a crucial moment in the creation of cinematic modernism. During the war Antonioni survived being condemned to death as a member of the Italian resistance. A Venezia Classici tredici film d'autore. With Eleonora Rossi Drago, Gabriele Ferzetti, Franco Fabrizi, Valentina Cortese. Anticipating Hitchcock’s daring protagonist switch before “Psycho,” as aforementioned, Antonioni’s sixth film was a breakthrough game-changer for the filmmaker and he would never look back. Quando deciderete di andare a vedere questo film, accettate un consiglio e fate così: pagate il biglietto e per i primi trenta minuti statevene tranquillamente fuori dal cinema. He made the documentary Chung Kuo, Cina, but it was severely denounced by the Chinese authorities as "anti-Chinese" and "anti-communist". Later that year he enrolled at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia to study film technique, but left after three months. Each of these stories is about social alienation.[9]. [6], As a child, Antonioni was fond of drawing and music. Critica e impressioni. Film streaming gratis Links Mixdrop Supervideo Embed Fasturl Doodstream Drammatico, Italia, 1960. My father also was a good man. Si tratta del primo capitolo della “trilogia dell’incomunicabilità”, presentato in concorso al 13° Festival di Cannes, fischiato dal pubblico ma vincitore del “premio della giuria”, per il tentativo di sviluppare un nuovo linguaggio cinematografico e per la bellezza delle immagini. The poor still existed at that time, you recognized them by their clothes. "[22] AllMovie stated that "his films — a seminal body of enigmatic and intricate mood pieces — rejected action in favor of contemplation, championing image and design over character and story. Haunted by a sense of instability and impermanence, his work defined a cinema of possibilities. The script was loosely based on the short story The Devil's Drool (otherwise known as Blow Up) by Argentinian writer Julio Cortázar. With Antonioni’s [films], it’s the exact opposite.” Spartan widescreen images were always clear, but the meaning was constantly evolving even as the film ended. Un sentimento indecifrabile e indefinibile. The line and curves of factories and their chimneys can be more beautiful than the outline of trees, which we are already too accustomed to seeing. Per Umberto Eco, con L’avventura eLa notte, i… Il primo dei film che andremo ad analizzare è L’avventura, del 1960. Curiously enough, our friends were invariably proletarian, and poor. Perhaps emboldened by this affirmation, Antonioni would continue with what he described as works of searching; intricate and enigmatic mood pieces centering on disaffected, spiritually adrift characters suffering the emotional sickness of ennui, alienation, apathy and existential crises. 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Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. Distribuito da DINO DE LAURENTIIS - … Consigli per la visione +16. Antonioni's final film, made when he was in his 90s, was a segment of the anthology film Eros (2004), entitled "Il filo pericoloso delle cose" ("The Dangerous Thread of Things"). "[25] Richard Brody stated that his films explore "the way that new methods of communication—mainly the mass media, but also the abstractions of high-tech industry, architecture, music, politics, and even fashion—have a feedback effect on the educated, white-collar thinkers who create them," but noted that "he wasn’t nostalgic about the premodern. Durata 125 minuti. He is best known for his "trilogy on modernity and its discontents"[1] — L'Avventura (1960), La Notte (1961), and L'Eclisse (1962) — as well as the English-language films Blowup (1966) and The Passenger (1975). Months later, the statuette was stolen by burglars and had to be replaced. I met Antonioni three years ago in Taormina at a film festival. sfn error: no target: CITEREFBordwell_and_Thompson2002 (, sfn error: no target: CITEREFCameron_&_Wood1971 (, sfn error: no target: CITEREFEcho_and_Leefeld1977 (. In fact she’s forgotten and evaporates from the movie’s and the characters’ consciousness. La notte won the Golden Bear award at the 11th Berlin International Film Festival,[15] His first color film, Il deserto rosso (The Red Desert, 1964), deals with similar themes, and is sometimes considered the fourth film of the "trilogy". Il grido (The Outcry, 1957) was a return to working class stories, depicting a factory worker and his daughter. The short film's episodes are framed by dreamy paintings and the song "Michelangelo Antonioni", composed and sung by Caetano Veloso. In Le Amiche (1955), Antonioni experimented with a radical new style: instead of a conventional narrative, he presented a series of apparently disconnected events, and he used long takes as part of his film making style. In its second half, “L’Avventura” all but abandons the missing girl—she drifts away like a foggy, forlorn memory—and then tracks her boyfriend Sandro (Gabriele Ferzetti) and best friend Claudia (Monica Vitti) as they eventually fall in love while initially searching in vain for their lost companion. It is based on Jean Cocteau's play L'Aigle à deux têtes (The Eagle With Two Heads). Con Gabriele Ferzetti, Monica Vitti, Lea Massari, Renzo Ricci, Dominique Blanchar, Dorothy De Poliolo. Michelangelo Antonioni Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (/ænˌtoʊniˈoʊni/, Italian: [mikeˈlandʒelo antoˈnjoːni]; 29 September 1912 – 30 July 2007) was an Italian film director, screenwriter, editor, painter, and short story author. "[26] Critic Roland Barthes wrote that Antonioni's art "consists in always leaving the road of meaning open and as if undecided," and claimed that his approach "is not that of a historian, a politician or a moralist, but rather that of a utopian whose perception is seeking to pinpoint the new world, because he is eager for this world and already wants to be part of it. When they are about to leave the island, they find Anna, the main character up to this point, has gone missing. My intention ... was to translate the poetry of the world, in which even factories can be beautiful. And then she leaves and you go on looking at the road after she's gone. Here’s what we said about it at the time Published: 16 Mar 2017 The filmmaker would be awarded a Lifetime Achievement Oscar in 1995, two years after the same honor was bestowed on his counterpart Federico Fellini. Sandro, Anna's boyfriend, and Claudia, Anna's friend, try … With this wrong finally righted (we’re sure it was a rights thing but “La Notte” belonged in the collection a decade ago), we decided to take a look at the essentials of a sometimes overlooked titan of cinema: Michelangelo Antonioni. And you think, 'Well, he's not going to carry that woman all the way up that road.' The first, Blowup (1966),[16] set in Swinging London, was a major international success. "[31], American actor Peter Weller, whom Antonioni directed in Beyond the Clouds, explained in a 1996 interview: "There is no director living except maybe Kurosawa, Bergman, or Antonioni that I would fall down and do anything for. Antonioni received numerous awards and nominations throughout his career, including the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize (1960, 1962), Palme d'Or (1966), and 35th Anniversary Prize (1982); the Venice Film Festival Silver Lion (1955), Golden Lion (1964), FIPRESCI Prize (1964, 1995), and Pietro Bianchi Award (1998); the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Silver Ribbon eight times; and an honorary Academy Award in 1995. He was buried in his hometown of Ferrara on 2 August 2007. The latter will always be the greater household name in cinema, but with Antonioni’s contributions to the form and the dismantling of conventional grammar perhaps not getting their due appreciation from any but the most rarefied of cinephile circles over the years, we’d argue a wider reassessment can’t be far behind. I invented stories for them. [8], In 1942, Antonioni co-wrote A Pilot Returns with Roberto Rossellini and worked as assistant director on Enrico Fulchignoni's I due Foscari. He is one of three directors to have won the Palme d'Or, the Golden Lion and the Golden Bear, and the only director to have won these three and the Golden Leopard. Sexuality is reduced to casual seduction, enterprise to the pursuit of wealth at any cost. But even in the way they wore their clothes, there was a fantasy, a frankness that made me prefer them to boys of bourgeois families. [3] Film historian David Bordwell writes that in Antonioni's films, "Vacations, parties and artistic pursuits are vain efforts to conceal the characters' lack of purpose and emotion. —Antonioni, interviewed about Red Desert (1964). È l'ultimo film in bianco e nero girato da Antonioni; dopo due anni il regista volterà pagina girando Deserto rosso. However, its release was a critical and commercial disaster. [18] They shared the FIPRESCI Prize at the Venice Film Festival with Cyclo. [17] The documentary had its first showing in China on 25 November 2004 in Beijing with a film festival hosted by the Beijing Film Academy to honor the works of Michelangelo Antonioni. [12][13][14] Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. A precocious violinist, he gave his first concert at the age of nine. "[23] In a speech at Cannes about L'Avventura, Antonioni said that in the modern age of reason and science, mankind still lives by, "a rigid and stereotyped morality which all of us recognize as such and yet sustain out of cowardice and sheer laziness [...] We have examined those moral attitudes very carefully, we have dissected them and analyzed them to the point of exhaustion. American director Martin Scorsese paid tribute to Antonioni following his death in 2007, stating that his films "posed mysteries – or rather the mystery, of who we are, what we are, to each other, to ourselves, to time. One of my favorite games consisted of organizing towns. In 1972, in between Zabriskie Point and The Passenger, Antonioni was invited by the Mao government of the People's Republic of China to visit the country. As Wenders has explained, Antonioni rejected almost all the material filmed by Wenders during the editing, except for a few short interludes. He was subsequently drafted into the army. A frustrated war correspondent, unable to find the war he's been asked to cover, takes the risky path of coopting the identity of a dead arms dealer acquaintance. Distribuito da CIC - L'UNITA' VIDEO ", Nine years later he expressed a similar attitude in an interview, saying that he loathed the word 'morality': "When man becomes reconciled to nature, when space becomes his true background, these words and concepts will have lost their meaning, and we will no longer have to use them. [5] The director explained to Italian film critic Aldo Tassone: My childhood was a happy one. Sandro, for instance, having sold out his artistic side for hollow work in the commercial world. My parents gave me free rein to do what I wanted: with my brother, we spent most of our time playing outside with friends. "[4] The Guardian described him as, "in essence, a director of extraordinary sequences," and advised viewers to "forget plotting, characters or dialogue, his import is conveyed in absolutely formal terms. “L’Avventura” (“The Adventure” 1960) Di Michelangelo Antonioni, Steven Soderbergh, Wong Kar Wai. These three films are commonly referred to as a trilogy because they are stylistically similar and all concerned with the alienation of man in the modern world. Antonioni (1912–2007), whose fascination with mediated reality only deepened over time, was a restless experimenter with composition, camera movement, cutting, and storytelling. [3], Antonioni's spare style and purposeless characters, however, have not received universal acclaim. You could say that Antonioni was looking directly at the mysteries of the soul. "[3] American directors Francis Ford Coppola and Brian De Palma paid homage to Antonioni in their own films. "I have never drawn, even as a child, either puppets or silhouettes but rather facades of houses and gates. Maybe with last week’s belated Criterion Collection release of “La Notte,” perhaps the most sensually striking of all his modern tetralogy, the time is now. [3] His work would substantially influence subsequent art cinema.[4]. However, he continued to make films, including Beyond the Clouds (1995), for which Wim Wenders filmed some scenes. The short film's episodes are framed by dreamy paintings and the song "Michelangelo … CINEMA Si va da Cronaca di un amore di Michelangelo Antonioni a Goodfellas di Martin Scorsese. La Notte is thus something of Antonioni’s update of Roberto Rossellini’s Journey to Italy from 1954. Orson Welles regretted the Italian director's use of the long take: "I don't like to dwell on things. Durata 140 min. "[32], Italian film director and screenwriter (1912-2007). Filmmaker, novelist, and screenwriter Alain Robbe-Grillet (he wrote Alain Resnais‘ masterwork, “Last Year at Marienbad“) once said, describing Antonioni’s work with a comparable auteur, “In a Hitchcock film, the meaning of what you see on the screen is constantly delayed, but at the end of the film you understand everything.

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