By Michelangelo Antonioni
Through autobiographical sketches, theoretical essays, interviews, and conversations with such luminaries as Jean-Luc Godard and Alberto Moravia, this compelling quantity explores the director’s certain model of narrative-defying cinema in addition to the motivations and anxieties of the guy in the back of the camera.
“The structure of Vision presents a filmmaker’s soaking up reflections and insights on his profession. . . . Antonioni’s reviews . . . deepen and humanize a occasionally cerebral book.”—Publishers Weekly
“[Antonioni’s] erudition is amazing . . . few of his friends can fit his verbal articulateness.”—Film Quarterly
“This worthy source bargains entrée to fabric tricky to achieve entry to less than different circumstances.”—Library Journal