Blow-Up 1966

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.

Won: Palme d'Or, 1967 Cannes Film Festival
Nominated: Best Director, Best Writing, Story and Screenplay - Written Directly for the Screen, 1967 Academy Awards
Antonioni creates a film that questions the politics of its protagonist and, at the same time, challenges the way we watch movies. -- Ed Gonzalez, SLANTMAGAZINE.COM
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