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|Starring||Alain Delon, Monica Vitti|
|Supporting actors||Francisco Rabal, Lilla Brignone, Rossana Rory, Mirella Ricciardi, Louis Seigner, Cyrus Elias|
|Studio||The Criterion Collection|
|MPAA rating||NR (Not Rated)|
|Rental rights||3-day viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
These people actually have substantial things to say about the film and the director.
She later meets Alain Delon's Piero, a materialistic stock broker that is also void of any real emotions reserved for the love Vittoria is seeking.
Ultimately it places emphasis upon emotions rather than events, epitomizing what an art film can be.
Affecting and beautiful film. The actors are beautiful to look at and the film is a commentary on modern urban life.Published 4 months ago by Penny Green
The first fifteen minutes of this film, wherein the disintegration of a marital engagement is examined in an intellectual manner, are worthwhile. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Clayton
Alain Delon looks really good in this movie, but the storyline was a little strange, and not one that can be watched many times.Published 8 months ago by sonia
I saw a few scenes from this movie on a documentary on the evolution of film on Turner Classic Movies and became intrigued. On one level, the director is playing with our heads. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stan57
If I could I would give it 10 stars...my personal favorite of the trilogy (La Notte, L'Avventura, L'Eclisse) although I must say the entire trilogy is breath taking. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Luke
I find most of "L'Eclisse" to be compelling. I don't know if I love this film--but I am fascinated by it and I admire it; Antonioni's "L'Avventura" had a similar effect on me. Read morePublished on January 23, 2012 by Stephen C. Bird
Physically beautiful, with an astounding last 5 minutes that elevates
the film to another level. Read more
For fans of fine foreign black and white film, this film is a definite must see. Main protagonist is young woman Vittoria who is attempting to "re-arrange" her life by leaving her... Read morePublished on September 29, 2010 by Reader
Antonioni uses silence and stillness like a painter uses `white space' or a musician uses the monotone or fermata. Read morePublished on August 28, 2010 by Eric Robert Juggernaut