Male, 23, Chicago, Illinois. Films, astronomy, and gaming.
Some of the above comparisons probably don’t make sense without providing the context of Antonioni’s films, but here it is. I think it’s amazing how both artists put people against scenery in a very similar way, where the landscapes are often alien, terrifying, and otherworldly.
The Monuments Men, 2014, though the Chicago depicted in this scene is supposed to be 1943. It looks like this near the top of the Carbide and Carbon Building, but in typical Hollywood fashion the city in film doesn’t quite match up to the real thing. We start outside a window that is facing south, but the view from inside includes the Wrigley Building and Tribune Tower, which you would only see if the window faced north. No wonder Bill Murray looks confused.