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There are, in fact, three scenes of lovemaking between hands, a repetition that is characteristic of Antonioni. Vittoria and Piero first make love with their hands during their first passeggiata in the Eur park, when they simultaneously place their hands side by side in the spray of the sprinkler. Was Antonioni reminding us of those other star-crossed lovers, Juliet and Romeo and their first meeting in the Capuleti Palace in Verona after the dance, their first embrace one of hands and not of lips?
Romeo and Juliet Act I, v. We may consider that although Vittoria is a young woman who lives in Rome, she appears most happy when she is in Verona. There is an evening balcony encounter between Vittoria and Piero, Piero playing the part of suitor. These are all queries regarding identity. It is not until we arrive at The Passenger over 10 years later than L'eclisse that the question regarding David Locke becomes more profound than that of why he has traded identities with a dead man: Vittoria is, upon reflection, but a kind of reincarnation three centuries removed of Juliet.
The love of both Italian couples will be eclipsed, despite their hands having once been tenderly entwined. In the case of Romeo and Juliet, it is an ancient enmity between families that dooms their love. In the case of Vittoria and Piero--a man and woman whose respective families are already either sundered or absent--the conflict is more modern, the failure to love at all, or well enough.
In , Shakespeare was summoned as a witness in a lawsuit concerning a contested dowry. This issue is the principal subject of a book written by Charles Nicholl and published in Such handfasting has ancient origins and concerns the intertwining of hands between two people as the central, symbolic act of a form of marriage that generally falls short of a complete, legally sanctioned contract recognized by the state. The ceremony is generally performed in the summer.
All did not, however, end well. The emphasis is such that one may wonder if Antonioni is more concerned with hands than the more common object of fetishistic regard: Such a fetish is entirely in keeping with the theme of reification that suffuses L'eclisse. As is central to fetishistic longing, the love object is reduced to a body part or thing as opposed to the entire being.
It is, as such, an incomplete and immature form of longing. Fisicamente rappresentava la donna dei miei film.
Mi innamorai subito delle sue mani. I fell in love immediately with her hands.
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Antonioni, because of his severe stroke in , has been left largely speechless. Aphrodite, instead, denies reification and turns marble into life. Antonioni turns life into film. In one scene, Mavi is confronted by an older man who claims to be her true biological father. The camera then captures a close up of their two pairs of hands being compared, a comparison that we as the audience are invited to also make.
In the window, a salesgirl is dressing a mannequin that is a life-size, two dimensional, photographic, cardboard cut-out of a nude man. Angelo Restivo makes the interesting observation that in Blow-Up a particular hand gesture is made twice see photographs 14a-b, p. The last full length motion picture Antonioni has participated in is Eros , an omnibus film consisting of three short films by three different directors.
Among her other doubles is the black nightclub dancer of La notte. Because, however, this other woman occurred in a different life--one that antedated that of L'eclisse --one might instead speak of reincarnation. The small woman trapped in the pen is emblematic of the cheap regard that Piero has for women.
The pen, a phallic symbol or pen is , is both a figurative and literal reduction of Woman.
Yes, but for many, including me. The above transcription of the song lyrics was done by myself and may be incorrect. A recent Italian Internet site retrieved 5 July A problem with this assertion is that in no version of L'eclisse that I have ever seen, including the newly released Criterion DVD, does Vittoria ever place a coin in a jukebox.
These lyrics differ from my original transcription above which I made listening to Mina singing in the film L'eclisse itself, during the opening credits. It is also possible that Mina herself changed the lyrics. Furthermore, Mina does not sing the entire song as the opening credits of the film are rolling.
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Giancarlo Guastini, referred to on p. The lyrics, however, that are listed on this site are: Love is dangerous to your health, a theme broached early in the film in the first scene at the Borsa where a repetitive linkage is made between money, sex, and death. Mina and Antonioni in the recording studio.
The above Italian magazine article attests to the obsessive degree of control Antonioni exerted over all aspects of his films. Seymour Chatman and Guido Fink, editors. New Brunswick and London: Rutgers University Press, Antonioni, never a snob, is clearly not above using schmaltzy pop tunes to create auditory associations with his characters.
Similarly, in the night town sequence of Ikiru , Kurosawa repetitively employs pop occidental music arising from naturalistic sources to ironically contrast the collision between a dying man and the manic denial of death in the red light district of Tokyo. In L'eclisse , a manic denial of death is also the central conceit of the pandemonium in the Roman Borsa: Behind all the good looks, parties, fast cars, money, the hot numbers.
A rare exception would be the classical violin concerto we hear--apparently on the car radio--as Locke and the Girl in The Passenger race down the tree-lined, vaulted highway Nacional near Vera? Likewise, after Locke dies and his soul takes flight, we hear the lament of a solo guitar playing a classical melody attributed to Tarrega and Llobet by the critic, Edward Stanton, whom Chatman cites on p. Antonioni is not employing opera in his films, an ostensibly high-minded form of music that is habitually married to the most implausible, melodramatic, and homicidal of plots, the stage in many an opera invariably littered with corpses as the curtain drops.
Antonioni is not turning to Tristan and Isolde. I have too much faith in the efficacy, the value, the force, the suggestiveness of the image to believe that the image cannot do with music. The pop tunes are, however, a special class of musical commentary as opposed to more nondescript commentative background music. These pop love songs are popular in part because they so universally describe the simplistic attitudes and longings of their listeners.
There is indeed the curious sense that the lyrics are at the same time entirely superficial and yet deeply profound, arising as it were from the subconscious itself. There is a conflict between the need to resist such falsity and the difficulty in doing so a difficulty that also commonly underlies identification and adherence to political or religious dogma.
Both pop music and romance magazines which continue to be published in Italy to this day , resemble television soap operas in their cardboard, two dimensional representation of characters inevitably ensnared in some kind of tortured romantic conflict. A portion of the lyrics is as follows: This particular video directed by Antonioni, his only work set in New York City a relatively primitive production from a technical standpoint as compared to 21st century technology , has taken on a grander, more prophetic significance than it originally possessed.
The video is highbrow eschatology disguised with the lowbrow greasepaint of pop art. A voice ringing in my ear, a fearsome tinnitus that like a needle stuck in the groove of an old vinyl record has become an incessant chant: Auden, famously remarking in his poem that we must love one another or die. In his introduction to his screenplays, Antonioni writes of a an event in his own life that may provide greater insight into his use of pop love songs in his films. Antonioni writes of his being a guest at the Grand Hotel in Rimini in winter in the province of his birth, Emilia-Romagna, which is also the birthplace of a remarkably high relative percentage of noted directors including Avati, Bellocchio, Bertolucci, Cavani, Fellini, Zurlini, and others [For more regarding Emilia-Romagna and the cinema see: Tradizione e innovazione nel cinema degli autori Emiliano-Romagnoli.
Comune di Modena, ]. Ci vediamo domani e dopo domani. We shall see each other tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. In one film, love is promised to last forever. In both films it is the latter declaration that proves true. Antonioni and Giovanni Fusco, the composer also resort to the musical use of both cacophony and crescendo in the final seconds of L'eclisse. The dramatis personae have vacated the stage, the screen becomes consumed by a white light as if the film itself were caught in the sprockets of the projector and set afire , and finally, when one might say nothing, nothing at all is happening any longer, the world emits a long agonizing wail.
And then instead of going on to Arusha they turned left, he evidently figured that they had the gas, and looking down he saw a pink sifting cloud, moving over the ground, and in the air, like the first snow in a blizzard, that comes from nowhere, and he knew the locusts were coming up from the South. Then they began to climb and they were going to the East it seemed, and then it darkened and they were in a storm, the rain so thick it seemed like flying through a waterfall, and then they were out and Compie turned his head and grinned and pointed and there, ahead, all he could see, as wide as all the world, great, high, and unbelievably white in the sun, was the square top of Kilimanjaro.
And then he knew that there was where he was going. Hemingway, himself, was involved in two airplane crashes while in Africa, the second one nearly fatal. Antonioni, himself, had a potentially deadly confrontation with a plane crash during the making of Zabriskie Point. The had to fly around until the fuel tanks were empty before attempting to land. It is surprising that the airplane flight scene of L'eclisse was ever shot: Monica Vitti has had a chronic and profound fear of flying. We may remember that in L'eclisse the Verona airport even has a small African population, and that the city Verona is itself at the very foot of snow capped peaks, the Alps.clublavoute.ca/rivym-benferri-paginas-conocer.php
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With regard to The Passenger , Brunette p. At times, it is as though clues are proffered to help explain mysteries that have no solutions. It must be emphasized, however, that Antonioni is a man who has read widely. In her essay on L'eclisse , Esposito has also briefly reviewed possible Marxist influences on the making of L'eclisse. Other potential cinematic and literary references abound, but I cannot confirm that--despite the literal appearance of some specific books and magazines in L'eclisse --a single one ever had the slightest effect on Antonioni with regard to the further elaboration of the film itself.
In L'avventura Anna brought two books with her on her ill-fated cruise: Antonioni was an open admirer of Fitzgerald's work. Indeed, the ending of Cronaca di un amore is also the ending of L'eclisse: Paola and her lover, Guido, meet immediately thereafter to discuss the event and make plans for the future. Guido then takes a taxi, unbeknownst to Paola, to the train station. The end of L'eclisse differs, however, in at least one small way: Effacement is, however, an abiding concern. The annulment of a summer romance in L'eclisse becomes the cancellation of the self in The Passenger. At the end of L'eclisse, Vittoria and Piero also suffer a fatal heart attack and are swallowed up by the night, never again to see the light of day.
When one encounters such quotations that appear so peculiar, one must consider whether the quotation has been mistranslated, taken out of context, is a typographical error, etc.
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Normal vision does not permit the observer to visualize their entire body in their field of vision as an object of regard: No, Cassius; for the eye sees not itself, But by reflection, by some other things. Julius Caesar Act 1, Scene 2. Antonioni is a most painterly of movie directors. In particular, paintings and photographs of people--primarily women--occur repeatedly. In Blow-Up , the profession ot the character played by David Hemmings is that of a photographer of women, the same profession which appears to have been largely adopted by Antonioni himself.