Drama • NR • 1966 • 1 hr 52 min
The kinda shit you show a brat that says all old movies are boring
Good thriller, and one of the movies that inspired “Blow Out”, with John Travolta in 1981.
Very cryptic film, about the nature of reality and what we choose to believe and how that shifts and changes based on our state of mind.
A masterpiece, just look The final since of this movie to blow your mind!, I heard that Hitchcock was jealous of the director of this film
An enigmatic thriller with great style and some terrific sequences. It requires a second watch for me to understand all the subtle details.
Blow Up is an enigmatic slow burn thriller; it represents the duality between appearance and reality both in Fashion world and Photography.
It really does hold up to the praise it gets, its one of those movies that stay in ur mind for a few days after watching.
While having a very slow paced meandering plot, it manages to be intriuging enough to be entertaining to watch, but not perhaps twice.
Very good, but highly overrated movie. Plot is good, the execution just isn't always on par. Definitely worth watching
I understand why it's a classic it's just not amazing
Beautiful young manicurist Carole suffers from androphobia (the pathological fear of interaction with men). When her sister and roommate, Helen, leaves their London flat to go on an Italian holiday with her married boyfriend, Carole withdraws into her apartment. She begins to experience frightful hallucinations, her fear gradually mutating into madness.
A hack screenwriter writes a screenplay for a former silent film star who has faded into Hollywood obscurity.
A small-time thief steals a car and impulsively murders a motorcycle policeman. Wanted by the authorities, he attempts to persuade a girl to run away to Italy with him.
Guido Anselmi, a film director, finds himself creatively barren at the peak of his career. Urged by his doctors to rest, Anselmi heads for a luxurious resort, but a sorry group gathers—his producer, staff, actors, wife, mistress, and relatives—each one begging him to get on with the show. In retreat from their dependency, he fantasizes about past women and dreams of his childhood.
Claudia and Anna join Anna's lover, Sandro, on a boat trip to a remote volcanic island. When Anna goes missing, a search is launched. In the meantime, Sandro and Claudia become involved in a romance despite Anna's disappearance, though the relationship suffers from guilt and tension.
Beautiful young housewife Séverine Serizy cannot reconcile her masochistic fantasies with her everyday life alongside dutiful husband Pierre. When her lovestruck friend Henri mentions a secretive high-class brothel run by Madame Anais, Séverine begins to work there during the day under the name Belle de Jour. But when one of her clients grows possessive, she must try to go back to her normal life.
Mabel Longhetti, desperate and lonely, is married to a Los Angeles municipal construction worker, Nick. Increasingly unstable, especially in the company of others, she craves happiness, but her extremely volatile behavior convinces Nick that she poses a danger to their family and decides to commit her to an institution for six months. Alone with a trio of kids to raise on his own, he awaits her return, which holds more than a few surprises.
Laura and John, grieved by a terrible loss, meet in Venice, where John is in charge of the restoration of a church, two mysterious sisters, one of whom gives them a message sent from the afterlife.