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on 29 September 2007
The camera-angles, reflected images and stunning poses would make this a must-see film for those who appreciate a film as art. I would like to see more depth to the start of the story, where a male character is introduced but not really explained. It also contains a scene which although a sign of the times, would definitely be termed racist now. The section in the stock-exchange was over-indulged - yes, it crashed. The piece de resistance is the ending which leaves you feeling stunned and awed, not because of what is there but which is not there!
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on 28 January 2013
Another Michelangelo Antonioni masterpiece starring the gorgeous Monica Vitti and Alain Delon from the original "Mechanic". Great film - especially the empty shots at the end of the movie.
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on 16 July 2011
As it is unlikely anyone would come across this film by chance, there is no need to describe its artistry.
L'Eclisse is strictly for those who appreciate true art films; as it was made in the era when the the term art film meant something.

The accompanying analysis by an intelligent critic does the film justice, and gives the viewer further food for thought.

Amazon's service, as always was very reliable and the price was indeed an incentive.

Films like this are few and far between.
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on 20 July 2011
This film, for me, is the peak of Antonioni's career. After watching this film, everything else seemed over-stuffed and over-wrought. This is not a love story, it's a film that questions the possibility of love existing in a modern world. Only strangers can truly love one another.

Alain Delon is at his most virulant. Monica Vitti is an hypnotising tragedy. And that final sequence...
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on 5 May 2016
As described new dvd, fast delivery. Happy!
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on 17 October 2014
I like reflective artistic films, like 'Hiroshima mon amour', but this film is excruciatingly boring. Very long scenes in the stock exchange and a cardboard cut-out of an actress who has nothing to say. The only people who I can imagine liking this film are those who are obsessed with Monica Vitti - most of the shots are of her face.
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on 28 October 2014
Very good
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on 8 December 2016
Excellent
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on 26 April 2013
BOUGHT THIS AS A GIFT FOR MY HUSBAND WHO REALLY ENJOYED IT. GOOD VALUE FOR THE MONEY. SOMETHING QUITE DIFFERENT!
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on 24 April 2015
okay
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