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Movie Info

A middle-aged Italian film director (Tomas Milian) seeks meaning and love in his personal life and in his movie.

Cast & Crew

Tomas Milian
Niccolo
Lara Wendel
Girl in swimming pool
Sandra Monteleoni
Mavi's sister
Alessandro Ruspoli
Mavi's father
Gérard Brach
Writer
Alessandro von Norman
Executive Producer
John Foxx
Original Music
Carlo Di Palma
Cinematographer
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Critic Reviews for Identification of a Woman

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Audience Reviews for Identification of a Woman

  • Mar 06, 2013
    Arguably, "Identification of a Woman" is legendary director Michelangelo Antonioni's final essential film. It's not on the level of earlier masterpieces like "L'Avventura," "La Notte," "Blow-Up" and "The Passenger," but it has similar languid pacing. A troubled director believes the inspiration for his next movie will come from a woman's face, and he becomes particularly obsessed with a beautiful, younger gal named Mavi. He pursues her for awhile and -- somewhat reminiscent of "L'Avventura" -- eventually decides he was looking for something else instead. Typically, the movie is deliberately slow and lasts much longer than its slim plot demands. This padding would be easily tolerated except that most scenes take place indoors, so the imagery includes little of Antonioni's usual poetic landscapes. The film boasts a hip, synthetic soundtrack with various contemporary pop songs and a score by John Foxx (ex-Ultravox).
    Eric B Super Reviewer
  • Dec 31, 2008
    A very beautiful film with that special Antonioni atmosphere. I can identify with the feeling of emptiness and the people who can´t really communicate with each other. Modern life and adulthood seems shallow and a bit soulless. You have to fill it with something and make it human again. The first time I saw it I was disapointed but it improved greatly with the second viewing and I want to see it again. There are new things to discover each time as with all of Antonionis´ films.
    Cassandra M Super Reviewer

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