music: i film di antonioni by giovanni fusco
i love this piece. the poignancy is palpable, the isolation brought home, the music haunting and familiar. the gradual black-out subtly sends a strong emotional message.
Beautiful… She could have been one of Antonioni’s characters…
right. i had just heard the news – got on the train – and there she was…
the piece was originally going to be called “mourning/commute.”
antonioni remains a tremendous inspiration – as alluded to here.
the subway is always such a wholistic experience when everyone is happy and no one is happy; everyone is sad and no one is sad; everyone is going home to someone they love and no one is going home at all.
Been away for 5-6 weeks. Came back, lined up all the videos I wanted to watch and had missed. This is the first. I’ve been in a camper van – I had no idea he’d gone. And Bergman. Holy smoke. Great moment, great powers of observation, perfect crafting.
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