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But the mysteries only grow in this film. Mavi disappears after some time of dealing with the stalkers spying on Niccolo and having to make their affair secretive. So as intense as their passions were for each other, the flames between Mavi and Niccolo seem to be extinguished abruptly, which isn't acceptable at all for Niccolo. He is driven to find out what happened and who was behind the threats. Niccolo then meets another woman named Ida (Christine Boisson) that not only helps him put some closure to the mystery, but also becomes his new girlfriend. Ida is quite different than Mavi and presents Niccolo with a situation in which he must decide if he wants to continue their relationship.
What is fascinating about the movie is that the story is basically normal, but it is also bizarre.Read more ›
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Screened this last night, realizing after buying the Taschen book on the Complete Antonioni (a nice book
but spotted some glaring typos! Read more
Early on in the film, Niccolo (Tomas Milian) sees a strange object in the tree outside his window. What is it? The object remains a mystery and is never explained. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Zoo
An underated masterpiece. I remember watching it the first time when it came out in early 80's. Next day I did go again to watch for a second time in the theater and not only... Read morePublished 12 months ago by VP
Not in the league of Blow-up, Red Desert,or some of Antonioni's earlier works, but still represents his interesting personal style. The color is rich but a commentary would help.Published on April 8, 2013 by robert d.
"Identification of a Woman" (1982) is directed by Michelangelo Antonioni (The Passenger, L" Avventura, Blowup). Read morePublished on December 5, 2011 by G. Edmonson
This is one very late Antonioni's film from 1982, and he seems to be trying regain his sixties success. The film is in the best evaluation I can give a ok film. Very weak. Read morePublished on August 27, 2011 by S. C. Rocha