Capelli, 1964. First Edition. Out of print. Hardcover. 152 pages. 21 x 14 cm. Colour and Black & White photographs. Text in Italian. Used. VG.
Note: Minor signs of wear.
Here illustrated screenplay for Il Deserto Rosso!
By boldly using color to inscribe on the modern landscape a kind of neurosis, Antonioni created one of the most psychological and dramatic color films ever made. Questioned about his use of color to evoke ecological ruin and rebirth, the filmmaker observed, “To take for granted the end of the forest; to make something full into something empty; to submit this old reality, by discoloring it, to a new one, a new reality which is just as suggestive—isn’t this what has been happening here for years, in a flux that never stops?”
Awesome cover and great section of stills from the film, included great filming locations and team shooting.