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11.13.2014 Blowup

Even though I love Antonioni I’ve always kind of avoided this one and I may have been right to. It’s not bad, but it feels empty in a way that his other movies are often accused of. 137 more words



Claudio Russo e Alessandro Di Gioia

”L’evoluzione del cinema nell’ultima metà del ’900 passa attraverso un percorso già precedentemente avviato dal Neorealismo: il binomio uomo-società viaggia in successione parallela alla ricostruzione dei ceti e delle influenze culturali da cui ripartire dopo il secondo conflitto mondiale. 156 more words

Circolo Virtuoso

Portrayal of London in 'Performance', 'Blow Up!' and 'A Clockwork Orange'

During the 1960s, British cinema portrayed ‘Swinging London’ as a media landscape in which visual commodities were absolutely necessary in the popular representation of youth culture. 770 more words

A Clockwork Orange

Representation of Women in 'Blow Up!', 'Performance' and 'A Clockwork Orange'

The 1960s were a breakthrough in British cinema, exhibiting themes of violence, sexuality and substance abuse never before witnessed in film. Though there was a fairly large feminist movement at the time, many of the films still present a misogynistic view on women. 677 more words


Gender Representation in 'Blow Up!', 'Performance' and 'A Clockwork Orange'

The Swinging Sixties are known for displaying a shift of focus towards non-traditional roles and attitudes of gender, contrasting with the traditional sense of masculinity carried across the films of the 1940s and 50s. 582 more words



"Why should we be here talking, arguing? Believe me Anna, words are
becoming less and less necessary; they create misunderstandings."
- Sandro
Dir: Michelangelo Antonioni… 58 more words