Year: 1970Duration: 113Language: English
Two screenings only!
Freaky, frisky and far-out - Antonioni’s fascinating and most underrated film ZABRISKIE POINT was initially ridiculed and critically panned despite being radically ahead of its time.
A counterculture adventure involving two perfect strangers and their chance encounter with each other at Zabriskie Point - the US's lowest point - the film plays like Bonnie & Clyde helmed by David Lynch who managed to get his hands on some Hitchcockian acid and tripped real hard to the soundtrack of Pink Floyd and Roy Orbison. The result - a mesmerising love-in-the-wild-wilderness-on-the-run cautionary tale that showcases a glorious glimpse of sun-kissed 60's Americana we've all come to know and love.
Don't miss two other cult favourites - BLOW UP and THE PASSENGER - part of our Michelangelo Antonioni showcase to celebrate more than 105 years of one of cinema’s leading aesthetes.
Presented with the support of the Italian Embassy In Singapore