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(book "Quel Bowling sul Tevere" - segment "The Dangerous Thread of Things") / (screenplay - segment "The Dangerous Thread of Things")
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His watercolor and oil paintings which belong for the most part to the "Le Montagne Incantate" series of paintings are on display at the Museo Michelangelo Antonioni (Corso Ercole I d'Este, 17 - 44100 Ferrara) founded in 1995.
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By developing with enlargers things emerge that we probably don't see with the naked eye. The photographer in Blow-Up
(1966), who is not a philosopher, wants to see things closer up. But it so happens that by enlarging too far, the object itself decomposes and disappears. Hence there's a moment in which we grasp reality, but then the moment passes. This was in part the meaning of Blowup.
After his death, Antonioni's body lay in state at the City Hall in Rome. His funeral was held in the cathedral of San Giorgio in his home town of Ferrara. He is buried next to his parents in the Certosa cemetary in Ferrara.
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