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L'Eclisse (The Eclipse) (Criterion) (1962)

ID: 18330
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Starring: Alain DelonFrancisco RabalMonica Vitti
Director: Michelangelo Antonioni
Category: Avant GardeForeignClassicsClassics
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Video: Widescreen1.85:1B&W(Anamorphic)
Audio: ITALIAN:DolbyDigitalMono
Subtitles: English
Length: 126 mins
Release Date: 2005-03-15
Rental: $ 4.00
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The conclusion of Michelangelo Antonioni's informal trilogy on modern malaise, L'Eclisse (The Eclipse) tells the story of a young woman (Monica Vitti) who leaves one lover (Francisco Rabal) only to drift into a relationship with another (Alain Delon). Using the architecture of Rome as a backdrop for the couple's doomed affair, Antonioni reaches the apotheosis of his modernist style. returning to his favorite themes: alienation and the difficulty of finding connections in an increasingly mechanized world.



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