The starting point of this film is a book with unfilmed scripts by Antonioni: That Bowling Alley on the Tiber. Visual artist Baudelaire frequently makes use of photo-based video pieces and multimedia installations to evoke hypothetical films. This film essay is ‘acted out’ by the real-life critic Philippe Azoury, who plays a non-existent critic discussing these non-existent films from Antonioni’s non-existent 'Japanese period'.

Filmmaker
Eric Baudelaire
Premiere
World premiere
Country
France
Year
2011
Medium
HDcam
Length
26’
Language
French
Producer
Eric Baudelaire
Sales
Eric Baudelaire
Writer
Eric Baudelaire
Editor
Sara Rastegar
Production Design
Eric Baudelaire
Cast
Philippe Azoury
Website
http://www.baudelaire.net