Blow-Up Movie
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  • Blow-Up had a lot more to say about human beings, art and how art affect humans in different ways

    • by limonar
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      Antonioni’s trip to England where he showed the would he was a very flexible filmmaker. It is the story of an eccentric photographer in London who discovers a most strange crime

      in one of his photographs and decides to investigate it further. Blow-Up is a very visual film, and the point of it is never quite clear. Antonioni puts a lot of ...

      • responsibility on the viewer, but still I didn’t find it at all the same pretentious as The Adventure for example. Blow-Up had a lot more to say about human beings, art
        and how art affect humans in different ways. It grows and grows for each minute and in the last scene I was absolutely sold to Antonioni’s vision. A masterpiece, no doubt about it.



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