In this masterpiece Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni deals with the fundamental questions about the essence of photography.
The main storyline seems to be an ordinary crime tale: Photographer Thomas (David Hemmings) candidly takes pictures of a love couple in a park.
When looking at the enlarged prints later on in his studio, he discovers that he has taken pictures of a murder.
But underneath the surface, this brilliant photography movie asks fundamental questions such as: As to what point can we trust what we see on a photo? Or do we eventually just see what we want to see? Everybody interested in photography movies should make sure to watch this classic.