Unfinished Business: Screenplays, Scenarios, and Ideas
Film Criticism. Screenplays. Internationally renowned director Michelangelo Antonioni (L'Aventura, Blow-Up, The Passenger), who has said that his thoughts "are almost always films" while his films are records of "thoughts in the making," here offers an eclectic collection of pieces ranging from short screenplays, to personal memoirs, to incisive meditations on the nature of cinema. The cumulative effect is a sort of montage of the workings of the author's mind, his thought-films and film-thoughts, projected simultaneously (in a clear and precise translation by Andrew Taylor) onto the white screen of the page. Antonioni, a seminal figure in modern cinema and one of the greatest Italian filmmakers, received the Academy Award for lifetime achievement in 1995.
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