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L’Avventura 1960 123movies

L’Avventura 1960 123movies

A new adventure in filmmaking...Jun. 29, 1960144 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A group of rich Italians head out on a yachting trip to a deserted volcanic island in the Mediterranean. When they are about to leave the island, they find Anna, the main character up to this point, has gone missing. Sandro, Anna’s boyfriend, and Claudia, Anna’s friend, try without success to find her. While looking for the missing friend, Claudia and Sandro develop an attraction for each other. When they get back to land, they continue the search with no success. Sandro and Claudia proceed to become lovers, and all but forget about the missing Anna.
Plot: Claudia and Anna join Anna’s lover, Sandro, on a boat trip to a remote volcanic island. When Anna goes missing, a search is launched. In the meantime, Sandro and Claudia become involved in a romance despite Anna’s disappearance, though the relationship suffers from guilt and tension.
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Shallow Characters In A Very Deep Film
There’s something strange going on in this film.

The first time I watched it, it seemed to wash over me without affecting me in anyway. Later on(and I’ve read this in other people’s comments here as well) I found images and dialogue from the movie creeping into my subconscious; entire dreams would take place upon the island where Anna goes missing(often in monochrome), or I’d start to compare real life events to those that occur during the film. Did Antonioni plant subliminal messages within the movie? Probably not. It’s more likely the masterful pace he employs here, coupled with the busy, deep cinematography is the cause of this. Notice how the backgrounds NEVER go out of focus, no matter how much is going on within the frame. Check out the scene about an hour and ten minutes in, where Sandro and the old man are talking in the middle of an extremely busy street; nothing blurs or goes out of focus, even when a tram comes in and out of the shot, nothing loses it’s perspective, and as the scene ends and they walk deep into the shot we can see way past them and far, far into the distance.

This seems to be why the film has such a deep affect on the subconscious. The characters are deliberately shallow and are placed at the very foreground of every shot, yet the backgrounds are rich tableaux bustling with life. In the scenes on the island where Anna disappears, we see the main characters always in shot, yet in the background there is a feeling that something strange within nature itself is going on. The darkening of the clouds, the sudden mist upon the water, the rocks falling to the sea, even the sudden appearance of the old hermit character, all give a certain unease.

There’s also the haunting feeling of the film, as Anna’s friends begin, almost immediately to forget about her. Soon, they don’t seem to care a jot about her, and neither, in a sense, do we. It’s this feeling of loose ends and guilt on our part(for joining her so called ‘friends’ in forgetting about her so quickly) that leaves the deepest impression. The characters in this film are so morally shallow(the ending bears this out) yet they are the reason this film leaves such a strong impression on those who watch it, and who become captivated by it.

I cant recommend this film to everyone because I know that the Hollywood Blockbuster has reduced most modern cinema-goers attention spans to almost zero. But if you fancy a challenge, or merely wish to luxuriate in classic cinema…..begin here.

Review By: Poison-River Rating: 10 Date: 2005-03-22
10/10
I first saw this film about three years ago. It had come up in my reading, and it sounded interesting. So I rented it. I found it good, if a little boring. However, later I discovered that it was one of those films that may not be entirely entertaining when it is watched initially, but that comes back full force in the memory at a later time. This is true both for this film, and the only other Antonioni film I have seen, Blowup. Still, tonight was the first time in three years that I have actually sat down to watch L’Avventura (and I actually plan to re-rent Blowup in the next couple of days and any other Antonioni films I might be able to find).

As I have said, L’Avventura has been built up by my mind ever since I saw it. Was it as good as I made myself think for the past three years? Yes. I have confirmed my suspicion: L’Aventurra is one of the best films ever made.

In subject, this film is a lot like La Dolce Vita. Its main theme is the decadent lifestyle of the wealthy. The decadent wealthy in L’Avventura are a lot worse off, though, than those in La Dolce Vita. At least those who were living Fellini’s version of the sweet life were having fun. Sure, it was soulless fun, but, while watching the film, this thought, no matter how much I wanted to suppress it, was pounding in my mind: “Jeeze, I wish I could party with these people.” Their lifestyle seems just plain fun. They may have to pay for their hedonism in some way, but at least they’re having fun in the meantime! L’Avventura’s sweet life is the definition of “l’ennui.” Life to them is an unfortunate event.

The script to this film, as well as anything else about it, is absolutely ingenious. To simplify things, let us say that the first plot point in the film is Anna’s disappearance. This is the initial problem that the characters have to deal with. In a film made under the classical guidelines, this would have been the goal that would have to be solved by the end of the film. But as L’Avventura advances, the script allows us, or maybe even makes us, forget about Anna. This process is very gradual (and she never completely disappears from our minds, especially since Claudia mentions her so explicitly near the end), but it begins very quickly after she disappears, with the infamous kiss between Sandro and Claudia. There are miles of interpretation and discussion left to go, but it is unneccessary to continue here. This is just a beginning.

The title to this film is, of course, ironic. There is no literal adventure. One could make the argument that the adventure is one of the mind, but I do not believe this. The adventure, I believe, is an adventure in reinventing the cinema.

Review By: zetes Rating: 10 Date: 2001-02-12

Other Information:

Original Title L’avventura
Release Date 1960-06-29
Release Year 1960

Original Language it
Runtime 2 hr 24 min (144 min), 1 hr 42 min (102 min) (cut) (West Germany)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama, Mystery
Director Michelangelo Antonioni
Writer Michelangelo Antonioni (story), Michelangelo Antonioni (screenplay), Elio Bartolini (screenplay), Tonino Guerra (screenplay)
Actors Gabriele Ferzetti, Monica Vitti, Lea Massari, Dominique Blanchar
Country Italy, France
Awards Nominated for 2 BAFTA Film Awards. Another 6 wins & 8 nominations.
Production Company Societé Cinématographique Lyre
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Du Pont
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

L’Avventura 1960 123movies
L’Avventura 1960 123movies
Original title L'avventura
TMDb Rating 7.6 399 votes

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