1966 • 111 minutes
49 reviews
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About this movie

Taking photographs of a couple making love proves deadly when the photographer enlarges the image and discovers murder. The film and pictures are stolen from his studio and the body vanishes. In this elegant balance of deciet and trickery, the photographer must question the reality of what he has actually seen. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED (c) 1966 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved

Ratings and reviews

49 reviews
Jim Fawcette
October 28, 2013
This appears to be the badly edited DVD version, sadly. Great movie. Editing deletes the opening, which sets the scene, explains the main character's motivations, and provides a stark contrast between the dirt of the exploited workers he photographs and his high (figuratively and literally) fashion models. Lacking later scenes, such as a meeting with his publisher, don't really make sense. Other cuts (Vanessa Redgrave sedcution) are less damaging but also completely unnecessary. Please release the real movie!
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A Google user
September 2, 2017
One of the other reviews says that this is an edited version of the original, which I can't comment on, so I'm just rating the intended version. Be wary I guess, but it's a great movie.
Giorgio Martorana
December 27, 2020
Sad to say I was pretty disappointed after the build up of this film from credible critics.. just not my style of film at all... definitely not a straight story.. found most of the acting and script unrealistic... aside from a (hopefully authentic) document of 60s London & Counter Culture I unfortunately didn’t take much from the film... Sorry Antonioni, I was hoping to enjoy it... afraid it’s a 5/10 for me (at best)... to each his own. Enjoy.. (I guess...)