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Jul 31, 2007


I remember talking to a professor of mine about another professor's potential course on Italian cinema and how in depth it was going to go. This professor said that if he taught a class on Italian cinema he would start in Italy in 1960, then after a couple of films move to London in the mid 60s and end somewhere in Death Valley. Michelangelo Antonioni was one of the greatest visual poets to ever sit behind a camera.

2 Comments:

At 11:04 PM , Blogger Joshua said...

losing Bergman was bad enough, but to go online yesterday and read that....

i actually yelled when i read about Antonioni. I know he was 94, but still.

 
At 8:51 AM , Blogger Brilliant Asylum said...

i'm embarrassed to say, i only saw l'avventura for the first time a couple months ago. definition of a great art film. it's creepy and romantic and beautiful and groundbreaking all at once. welcome to my new obsession.

 

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