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Zabriskie Point ()


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At Zabriskie Point, United States' lowest point, two perfect strangers meet; an undergraduate dreamer and a young hippie student who start off an unrestrained romance, making love on the... See more »

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Mark
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Daria
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Cafe Owner
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Lee's Associate
Bill Garaway ...
Morty
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Kathleen
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Lee Allen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael L. Davis ...
Police Lieutenant on Loudspeaker (uncredited)
Lee Duncan ...
Highway Patrolman (uncredited)
George Dunn ...
Airport Mechanic (uncredited)
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Arrested Student (uncredited)
Jim Goldrup ...
College Student (uncredited)
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Man in Deli (uncredited)
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Diner Owner (uncredited)
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Gun store owner / Clerk (uncredited)
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Departing Plane Passenger (uncredited)
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Documentary Cameraman (uncredited)
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Company Executive (uncredited)
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White-Haired Executive (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ...
Policeman (uncredited)
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Bill (uncredited)
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Tom - Security Guard (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michelangelo Antonioni

Written by

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Michelangelo Antonioni ... (story)
 
Michelangelo Antonioni ... (screenplay) and
Franco Rossetti ... (screenplay) (as Fred Gardner) and
Sam Shepard ... (screenplay) and
Tonino Guerra ... (screenplay) and
Clare Peploe ... (screenplay)

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Carlo Ponti ... producer
Harrison Starr ... executive producer

Music by

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Jerry Garcia
Pink Floyd

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Alfio Contini

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Franco Arcalli
Michelangelo Antonioni ... (uncredited)

Editorial Department

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Franco Arcalli ... editing collaborator
Jim Benson ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Dean Tavoularis

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George R. Nelson ... (as George Nelson)

Costume Design by

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Ray Summers

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Joe McKinney ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Don Guest ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robert Rubin ... assistant director

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Matty Azzarone ... leadman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Jerry Kosloff ... production mixer
Franklin Milton ... recording supervisor
Fernando Caso ... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Alvaro Gramigna ... foley artist (uncredited)

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Earl McCoy ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Duke Callaghan ... camera operator (uncredited)
Emillo Calori ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Patrick Fennell ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Sandro Tamborra ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Charles R. Young ... second assistant camera (uncredited)

Music Department

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Don Hall ... musical advisor

Other crew

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Sally Dennison ... production assistant
Rina Macrelli ... assistant to director
Bonnie Prendergast ... script supervisor
Beverly Walker ... unit publicist
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Plot Summary

An epic portrait of late Sixties America, as seen through the portrayal of two of its children: anthropology student Daria (who's helping a property developer build a village in the Los Angeles desert) and dropout Mark (who's wanted by the authorities for allegedly killing a policeman during a student riot)... Written by Michael Brooke

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Taglines Zabriskie Point- How you get there depends on where you're at See more »
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Also Known As
  • Sakyû (Japan)
  • Забриски Пойнт (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Забриски пойнт (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Забрiскi Пойнт (Ukraine)
  • Deserto de Almas (Portugal)
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  • 113 min
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Budget $7,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Michelangelo Antonioni's original ending was a shot of an airplane sky-writing the phrase "Fuck You, America," which was cut by MGM president Louis F. Polk along with numerous other scenes. Louis F. Polk was eventually replaced by James T. Aubrey, who had most of the cut footage restored, but without this final shot. See more »
Goofs When Mark is shot dead after landing the plane, there are no bullet holes in either the fuselage or the glass/windscreen of the aircraft. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into La monnaie de l'absolu (1999). See more »
Soundtracks Dance of Death See more »
Quotes [booking a protester]
Cop: Occupation?
William S. Polit, protester: Associate professor of history.
Cop: That's too long, Bill. I'll just put down clerk.
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