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Genres: Drama , Mystery , Thriller
Actors: Vanessa Redgrave , Sarah Miles , David Hemmings , John Castle , Jane Birkin , Gillian Hills , Peter Bowles , Veruschka von Lehndorff , Julian Chagrin , Claude Chagrin
Director: Michelangelo Antonioni
Country: United Kingdom, Italy, United States
Year: 1966
IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 (26458 votes)

A successful mod photographer in London whose world is bounded by fashion, pop music, marijuana, and easy sex, feels his life is boring and despairing. Then he meets a mysterious beauty, and also notices something frightfully suspicious on one of his photographs of her taken in a park. The fact that he may have photographed a murder does not occur to him until he studies and then blows up his negatives, uncovering details, blowing up smaller and smaller elements, and finally putting the puzzle together. Thomas is a London-based photographer who leads the life of excess typical of late 1960s mod London. He is primarily a highly sought-after studio fashion photographer, although he is somewhat tiring of the vacuousness associated with it. He is also working on a book, a photographic collection of primarily darker images of human life, which is why he spent a night in a flophouse where he secretly took some photos. While he is out one day, Thomas spies a May-September female-male couple being affectionate with each other in a park. From a distance, he clandestinely starts to photograph them, hoping to use the photographs as the final ones for his book. The female eventually sees what he is doing and rushes over wanting him to stop and to give her the roll of film. She states that the photographs will make her already complicated life more complicated. Following him back to his studio, she does whatever she needs to to get the film. He eventually complies, however in reality he has provided her with a different roll. After he develops the photographs, he notices something further in the background of the shots. Blowing them up, he believes he either photographed an attempted murder or an actual murder. The photos begin a quest for Thomas to match his perception to reality. Written by Huggo A London fashion photographer frolics with young models, then meets the mysterious Jane. He takes a photo in a park. Back in his darkroom as he enlarges it, he sees a suggestion of something in the photo he never noticed while taking it. Has a crime occurred?

Film Review

This is a fun movie…everyone has fun, the director looks like he enjoyed making the movie and most importantly, even the cast look like they're having fun, they're enjoying being the characters they are portraying, enjoying being in the locations they're in. So its only natural that the fun rubs off on the audience ! This movie is not about the plot, even though it isn't all that bad. Its about the stars Vanessa Redgrave : OhMiGod ! Hunkalicious David Hemmings : He's good, he's cool (white pants suits him), does justice to his part, but for me doesn't set the screen on fire. Redgrave : imagine a perfectly bronzed venus, dressed either as Lara Croft or in the kind of clothes that most Dad's would never allow their daughter to wear, the kind that only moth's on a diet could eat. : she brings a lot of oomph in the early part of the movie – looks great, acts well.This is a movie which is overtly about being cool. Even Hemmings is desc…

"Blow-Up" blew me away. I haven't been this surprised and pleased with a movie in a long time. I gather from other reviews that it's a bit of a controversial film, and I think its mixed reception is mostly because it confuses some viewers and alienates others. The viewers I imagine are alienated by Blow-Up are the so-called hipsters, the mods of their own time periods.For me, Blow-Up is an allegory about someone who lives in a world of images, of fashion, of trends – a world without substance – unexpectedly finding substance. He then watches as it slips through his fingers and he has no choice but let himself fade back into the void he was in at the onset.The substance that the central character, Thomas the hip photographer, finds is a murder. After photographing what he and the viewer take to be a romantic affair in the park, Thomas infers from the woman's reaction that there's something more there. Indeed, after "blowing up" the photographs he…

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