This film has the tone and pace that would test the wits of some viewers, and it may not be beautiful in a traditional sense, but I was riveted from start to finish. Antonioni uses the tools of color and sound and texture and shape to stunningly creative effect, culminating in a project that is simultaneously maddening and oddly comforting. I've been lost in the storm too, and I know I'm not the only one.
Far out as my favorite of the social alienation-themed films by this director.
"There’s something terrible about reality, and I don’t now what it is"