History Film / LAvventura

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* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Sandro retains his curreent job only due to that reason. It does not satisfy his creatrive urges.
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** Patrizia in her turn shows that when Raimondo touches her breast. She only asks coldly whether he is disappointed with what he felt.

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** Patrizia in her turn shows that when Raimondo touches her breast. She only asks coldly whether he is disappointed with what he felt.feels there.
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* EasilyForgiven: Played with. While Claudia makes the fogiving gesture in the very ending [[spoiler: very soon after she sees him making out with Gloria Perkins]], it is implied that Sandro is visibly shocked after she discovers his infidelity. A debatable case as in description it appears that Sandro is easily forgiven but it does not read like that in the movie.

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* EasilyForgiven: Played with. While Claudia makes the fogiving forgiving gesture in the very ending [[spoiler: very soon after she sees him making out with Gloria Perkins]], it is implied that Sandro is visibly shocked after she discovers his infidelity. A debatable case as in description it appears that Sandro is easily forgiven but it does not read like that in the movie.
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* BelligerentSexualTension: In the scene where Claudia walks on the street of the Sicilian town alone the males gather in numbers and silently watch her. They don't make any advances then Sandro joins her.

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* BelligerentSexualTension: In the scene where Claudia walks on the street of the Sicilian town alone the males gather in numbers and silently watch her. They don't make any aggressive advances however and then Sandro joins her.
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* TheCynic: Sandro. When Claudia notes to him that he appears another person he replies that is only for good because it would make a new adventure.
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* TropeCodifier: For the big-style long(ish) arthouse film. It even was proclaimed by the critics the second best film of all time two years after its release.
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* OfficialCouple: Claudia and Sandro become this much too soon. Invoked by Patrizia after Claudia arrives at the pary.

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* OfficialCouple: Claudia and Sandro become this much too soon. Invoked by Patrizia after Claudia arrives at the pary.party.



* PassiveAggressiveKombat: What goes on between Patrizia and Raimundo who are together on trip but are not lovers.

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* PassiveAggressiveKombat: What goes on between Patrizia and Raimundo Raimondo who are together on trip but are not lovers.



* PleaseDontLeaveMe: Giulia says exactly that to Claudia when Giulia is going to the room of the young artist passionately in love with her. Claudia only reluctantly agrees. [[spoiler: Soon after they arrive to the room Giulia says {{LeaveMeAlone}} as the passion of the artist ignites her too.]]

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* PleaseDontLeaveMe: Giulia says exactly that to Claudia when Giulia is going to the room of the young artist passionately in love with her. Claudia only reluctantly agrees. [[spoiler: Soon after they arrive to the room Giulia says {{LeaveMeAlone}} LeaveMeAlone as the passion of the artist ignites her too.]]



* PricelessMingVase: The ancient vase is found on the island during the searches for Patricia. Party members pass it from one another until Raimondo drops it with predictable consequences.

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* PricelessMingVase: The ancient vase is found on the island during the searches for Patricia. Party members pass it from one to another until Raimondo drops it with predictable consequences.



** Subverted with Patrizia who travels with Raimondo but in fact remains faithful to her husband Ettore, the chief of Sandro. More out of lack of desire than because of fidelity as she does not sleep in one bed with her husband.

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** Subverted with Patrizia who travels with Raimondo but in fact remains faithful to her husband Ettore, the chief of Sandro. More out of lack of desire and general apathy than because of fidelity as she does not sleep in one bed with her husband.
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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: [[spoiler: After Anna vanishes the mood of this film irreversably shifts. Zigzagged because arguably some of her friends remained indifferent to her disappearance and for them everything remains the same.]]

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: [[spoiler: After Anna vanishes the mood of this film irreversably shifts. Zigzagged because arguably some of her friends remained are indifferent to her disappearance and for them everything remains the same.]]
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L'avventura is the first installment in Antonioni's trilogy of alienation that includes ''[[Film/{{Lanotte}} La notte]]'' (The Night, 1961), ''[[Film/{{Leclisse}} L'eclisse]]'' and (''The Eclipse'', 1962), all made in B&W. Sometimes ''Film/IlDesertoRosso'' (The Red Desert, 1964) is included in this inofficial series making it a teralogy. Still the latter is in color and does not have a OneWordTitle. These films are made in a similar manner characteristic for the "slow cinema". They research the condition of the contemporary middle-class educated Europeans though L'avventura in particular rather concentrates on the upper-middle classes. Also Creator/MonicaVitti stars in all of them, playing main characters in three films and a {{tritagonist}} in La notte.

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L'avventura is the first installment in Antonioni's trilogy of alienation that includes ''[[Film/{{Lanotte}} La notte]]'' (The Night, 1961), ''[[Film/{{Leclisse}} L'eclisse]]'' and (''The Eclipse'', 1962), all made in B&W. Sometimes ''Film/IlDesertoRosso'' (The Red Desert, 1964) is included in this inofficial series making it a teralogy. Still the latter is in color and does not have a OneWordTitle. These films are made in a similar manner characteristic for the "slow cinema". They research the condition of the contemporary middle-class educated Europeans though L'avventura in particular rather concentrates on the upper-middle classes.class. Also Creator/MonicaVitti stars in all of them, playing main characters in three films and a {{tritagonist}} in La notte.
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* LiteralistSnarking: When Anna says that she does not feel Sandro any more he asks whetheк she did not feel him the previous day at his home. Anna is indignant.

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* LiteralistSnarking: When Anna says that she does not feel Sandro any more he asks whetheк whether she did not feel him the previous day at his home. Anna is indignant.
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