Finally grandmaster Michelangelo Antonioni returns to thecinema with "The Dangerous Thread of Things," an overly artsyand confusing metaphor, not helped by its odd and clumsy Italian dubbedsoundtrack. In it, a man (Christopher Buchholz) fights with his wife (ReginaNemni) and then sleeps with another woman (Luisa Ranieri). Some scenesfeel like dreams and others do not. This makes it difficult to grasp anypassage of time, rendering the characters mere ciphers. Nevertheless, takenone at a time, many of the film's images are fascinating and strikinglybeautiful; not many living filmmakers could match them. After all, it wasAntonioni who inspired Wong and Soderbergh to make this film in the firstplace.
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