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Red Desert 1964 123movies

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This is the story of a woman… Her hidden thirsts and hungers… Told by the world-famous director Michelangelo Antonioni in his first color film.Sep. 04, 1964117 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In a bleak rundown industrial area, young Giuliana tries to cope with life. She’s married to Ugo, the manager of a local plant, but is having an affair with one of his co-workers, Corrado Zeller, who is visiting. Giuliana is unstable, not quite knowing anymore whether her role is wife, mother, or just another person in the world. Her escape from life is short-lived: Zeller is just using her to satisfy his own needs and desires.
Plot: Amid the modern wastelands and toxic factories of Italy, wife and mother Giuliana desperately tries to conceal her tenuous grip on reality from those around her, especially her successful yet neglectful husband, Ugo. Ugo’s old pal, Corrado, shows up in town on a business trip and is more sensitive to Giuliana’s anxieties. They begin an affair, but it does little to quell Giuliana’s existential fears, and her mental state rapidly deteriorates.
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Does everybody have a film that is their template for how they view ‘reality’?
I first saw this remarkable movie when I was about eighteen/nineteen, when it first showed in London. At the time I was blown away and must have bored people at parties for ages telling them it was the greatest film ever made and that they should all see it. As now I was less able to give a particularly coherent reason why they would enjoy it but could only pass on my enthusiasm. Watching it again today, it is not only amazing how much I remembered (not at all common for me) or that I still found it captivating and all involving but something else. Many have spoken of the use of colour and sound and referred to the polluting factories and the grey wasteland but what struck me was that the profound and lasting affect it had clearly had upon me. As I watched the film unfold with the juxtaposition of trees, wasteland and alienated characters, I saw before me the template for the way I still tend to view life and most certainly take photographs. For what it is worth then, this film appears to have been the very basis for the way I see the world. An astonishing claim and it has made me wonder at the power of cinema itself. Does everybody have a film that is their template for how they view ‘reality’?
Review By: christopher-underwood Rating: 10 Date: 2007-02-02
A Nutshell Review: Red Desert
The first Michelangelo Antonioni movie in color, Red Desert stars Monica Vitti whom audiences would by now be already acquainted with after the successful and acclaimed trilogy with L’Avventura, La Notte and L’Elisse. While much has been said about Antonioni bringing about a stark palette of colors which highlights the inner psychological turmoil of the characters, or use it to great effect to talk about the negative effects man has on his environment just like how deadly the yellow was representing sulphur, it did plod on a little especially when it dwelled upon the usual relationship factor between its lead characters.

Vitti stars as Giuliana, a woman whom we see in the beginning and get quite uncomfortable with, as she purchases an already eaten piece of food, and going off to a corner to munch on it with much satisfaction. We learn she’s a neurotic, a creation of a vehicle accident, and pretty much obsessive compulsive as well. She has funds to open a shop, but doesn’t know what to sell. She has a son, but doesn’t know what to do with him and is at wits end with his malingering ways. Her husband we get to see for just a bit, but this isn’t exactly a story about him too.

Without Vitti in the lead role, I think the fascination with the character ends there. Vitti through her charisma manages to hold your attention, and possibly through this role, highlights her prowess as a commendable actress. I guess it is through her great performance here as an explicitly portrayed confused woman, that made sitting through this story bearable, because otherwise, we’ll be stuck with Richard Harris’ Corrado Zeller, a rich industrialist with a one track mind, and that’s to bed Vitti’s Giuliana, at whatever the cost.

And his attempts don’t fall short of persistent as well, with his constant probing, requesting, so much so that he’s desperate personified. In between their emotional and physical tussle, there were some episodes which stuck out like a sore thumb, perhaps due to my lack of understanding why they should be part of the narrative. One such scene is the story of a young girl which Giuliana tells her son, complete with enactments, which suggests some significance to it. The other though was quite interesting, where a supposed sexual orgy is to have taken place, but what we got to experience was a whole host of party games that a group of men and women engage in, which actually bordered on the weird.

Needless to say I didn’t really enjoy the story nor any perceived message it tried to bring across. I do however, continue to admire what Vitti can do within the confines of an Antonioni movie.

Review By: DICK STEEL Rating: 6 Date: 2008-07-06

Other Information:

Original Title Il deserto rosso
Release Date 1964-09-04
Release Year 1964

Original Language it
Runtime 1 hr 57 min (117 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama
Director Michelangelo Antonioni
Writer Michelangelo Antonioni, Tonino Guerra
Actors Monica Vitti, Richard Harris, Carlo Chionetti
Country Italy, France
Awards 7 wins & 4 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format DCP Digital Cinema Package (Digital Cinema Package DCP 4k) (restored version), 35 mm

Red Desert 1964 123movies
Red Desert 1964 123movies
Red Desert 1964 123movies
Red Desert 1964 123movies
Red Desert 1964 123movies
Red Desert 1964 123movies
Red Desert 1964 123movies
Original title Il deserto rosso
TMDb Rating 7.4 296 votes

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