As i walked out one midsummer morning

As i walked out one midsummer morning

Muggers with patents – the board of time

The film also features Vanessa Redgrave, Sarah Miles, Peter Bowles and the model Veruschka. The film’s script was written by Antonioni himself, in collaboration with Tonino Guerra, based on the English translation of the playwright Edward Bond.

Finally, and before a game of seduction carried out by the woman in Thomas’s own house, he agrees. However, as he keeps a roll of the tape, he sees something in the photos that catches his attention. Enlarging the photograph into large frames, he discovers that the action and circumstance of the couple in that park was not as casual as it seemed at the time.

The film is about a photographer to whom it happens that, after taking some pictures in a park, a girl he has photographed demands those pictures. He refuses and reveals the photos, and in doing so realizes that he has captured a murder, in which it seems that the woman is involved and among some bushes lies the murderer.

As for the murder, it is worth noting that the victim’s body is lying on a green lawn, something not very believable because of the time that has passed and because the way the woman steals the photographs from the photographer is implausible (How did they get into the house?).

Nil moliner – sale el sol (official videolyric)

Cast: Vanessa Redgrave (Jane), David Hemmings (Thomas), Sarah Miles (Patricia), John Castle (Bill), Jane Birkin (Blonde), Gillian Hills (Brunette), Peter Bowles (Ron), Veruschka von Lehndorff (Veruschka), Julian Chagrin (Mime), Claude Chagrin (Mime).

Thomas is a famous, handsome, wealthy London fashion photographer, who commissions a series of photographs reflecting various everyday situations to illustrate books, going so far as to disguise himself as a worker to photograph their life in the factory.

Jane, the woman, even goes to his studio to demand them, telling him that he has problems in his life and that the photos can aggravate them. She even tries to steal his camera to get them, but when she is discovered, she agrees to pose naked in front of him, thus getting the negatives, and is even about to sleep with him, although they are interrupted before.

Thomas will nevertheless keep a roll of film, noticing that in one of the photos she is looking at something. He sets out to find out what it is by enlarging that photograph and others directed at the place she is looking at, finally coming to the conclusion that, thanks to his camera, he managed to save someone’s life.

Natti natasha – before the sun comes out [official video]

«I raised the camera, pretended to study an approach that didn’t include them, and I lay in wait, certain that I would finally catch the revealing gesture, the expression that sums it all up, the life that movement accompanies but that a rigid image destroys by sectioning time, if we don’t choose the imperceptible essential fraction.» Las Babas del diablo» Julio Cortazar

Blow-Up was released in 1966, causing an uproar and controversy. Antonioni examines the existential nature of reality interpreted through photography (also painting and pantomime). He dissects with provocation, perception and voyeurism.

David Bailey would be the inspiration for the main character, Thomas (David Hemmings). At the time, Bailey was a well-known fashion photographer employed by Vogue magazine, who helped shape the concept of Swinging London.

Half a century later, the film’s main theme of individual responsibility is still relevant. Like a cautionary cautionary tale, Blow-Up shows how easily responsibility can be avoided in a world where there is no clear moral code and where the line between reality and illusion is blurred. In the ambiguous ending, Thomas avoids compromise, renouncing the importance of physical reality.

Morat, danna paola – idiota

The film also stars Vanessa Redgrave, Sarah Miles, Peter Bowles and model Veruschka. The film’s script was written by Antonioni himself, in collaboration with Tonino Guerra, based on an English translation by playwright Edward Bond.

Finally, and before a game of seduction carried out by the woman in Thomas’s own house, he agrees. However, as he keeps a roll of the tape, he sees something in the photos that catches his attention. Enlarging the photograph into large frames, he discovers that the action and circumstance of the couple in that park was not as casual as it seemed at the time.

The film is about a photographer to whom it happens that, after taking some pictures in a park, a girl he has photographed demands those pictures. He refuses and reveals the photos, and in doing so realizes that he has captured a murder, in which it seems that the woman is involved and among some bushes lies the murderer.

As for the murder, it is worth noting that the victim’s body is lying on a green lawn, something not very believable because of the time that has passed and because the way the woman steals the photographs from the photographer is implausible (How did they get into the house?).

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