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Frank Sherman

You cant' argue with a classic. I don't always understand it. But I do understand one thing. CLASSIC.

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Gary

There isn't much plot and you really don't get to know any of the characters very well, but the world Antonioni creates somehow burns into your memory. In fact, I felt like the characters stood in for me while I wandered through his spare and, in one instance quite literally, spiritually ...Read more

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Edward

I'm finishing my Thesis on Antonioni, maybe I'll post snippets of it throughout his trilogy :)

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Ayron

Considering nothing happens, I found this film ridiculously captivating. This is mainly due to striking cinematography with interesting, slightly off-kilter framing, lots of faces up against landscapes, and a kind of psychological acuity which is really difficult to nail down (as a viewer ...Read more

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Craig

Thanks! Good review.

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Geoffrey

I tried my best to like it, and I did, mostly for the visual grammar and the story line of disappearance/separation/anomie. But the relationship between men and women is Italian-tedious and painfully dated. If you want Antonioni's mature take on disappearance and anomie, The Passenger is much ...Read more

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Ayron

For the most part I agree with you, the male character is deplorable in the extreme and the girl is obnoxious (both of the main ones, really). On the other hand I don't find this movie anywhere near as intolerable as some of its Gallic counterparts around the same time. Jules and Jim made ...Read more

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Judith

Good

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samer

Loved it

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Olivia

I watched this for the first time very recently. Considering its place in cinematic history, I found this film mesmerizing in all its glory, yet at the same time confusing and lonely. It remains on my watchlist to watch again in future as I continue to be under Antonioni's spell!

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Geoffrey

Olivia -- never watch a film "considering it's (sic) place in cinematic history." Your take on that film will be corrupted from the git-go.

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Maria

*its *get-go

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Geoffrey

Only if are a slave to MicroSoft speller. Ask, say, Faulkner or Don DeLillo.