Piero Poletto


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L'Eclisse (The Eclipse) (1962) - I've Already Decided Most of Michelangelo Antonioni's disorienting opening scene, Monica Vitti as Vittoria, Francisco Rabal as boyfriend Riccardo, inside an apartment in Rome's modernistic EUR district, from the third film in the trilogy begun with L'Avventura and La Notte, L'Eclisse, 1962.
L'Eclisse (The Eclipse) (1962) - This Is What Mama's Afraid Of Having retreated to the apartment of her mother (Lilla Brignone) from the Rome stock exchange, this is the first full encounter between newly unattached Vittoria (Monica Vitti) and Piero (Alain Delon), her mother's broker, in Michelangelo Antonioni's L'Eclisse, 1962.
Red Desert (1965) - You Work To Support Your Family Director Michelangelo Antonioni’s opening, after artful credits on the same location, in industrial Ravenna finds his wife Monica Vitti, as troubled Giuliana, whom we’ll learn is not poor or starving, with her son Valerio (Bartoleschi), in Red Desert, 1965, also starring Richard Harris.
Red Desert (1965) - The Gears Still Don't Quite Mesh In the plant in Ravenna, we meet engineer Ugo (Carlo Chionetti), Richard Harris his guest Zeller, looking to hire workers, when Ugo's wife Giuliana (Monica Vitti), whom we've seen crossing the industrial landscape, appears, and whom they discuss later, in Michelangelo Antonioni's Red Desert, 1965.
Red Desert (1965) - Maybe Light Blue's Better Businessman Zeller (Richard Harris) visiting Ravenna, for no stated reason stops by the site of the shop being set up by neurotic Giuliana (Monica Vitti), the wife of his business contact, director Michelangelo Antonioni and his art director Piero Poletto at work, in Red Desert, 1965.
Wild, Wild Planet, The (1965) - Hunks Of Meat Following opening credits, corporate scientist Nurmi (Massimo Serato) with officer "Mike" (Tony Russell) from the first title in the Italian-made "Gamma One Quadrilogy," Wild, Wild Planet, 1965.
Wild, Wild Planet, The (1965) - More Chemistry Future cop Mike (Tony Russell) and assistant (Charles Justin) survey wreckage from a chase until weird dolls are found, and Connie (Lisa Gastoni) arrives for vacation, weirder than expected with all girl staff, in the low-rent Italian sci-fi serial The Wild, Wild Planet, 1965.

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