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Beyond the Clouds (1995 film) - Wikipedia Beyond the Clouds (Italian: Al di là delle nuvole; French: Par-delà les nuages) is a 1995 Italian-French-German romance film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and ...

Beyond the Clouds (1995 film) Beyond the Clouds Italian Al di là delle nuvole French Pardelà les nuages is a 1995 ItalianFrenchGerman romance film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and Wim Wenders and starring John Malkovich Sophie Marceau Vincent Perez Irène Jacob and Jean Reno Beyond Tomorrow 1 The film consists of four stories of romantic love and illusion told from the perspective of a wandering film director Note 1 In the first story two beautiful young lovers are unable to consummate their passion because the young man desires impossible perfection In the second story the director follows a woman who reveals that she murdered her father In the third story a man makes an effort to appease both his wife and his mistress In the fourth story a young man is romantically infatuated with a woman who is soon to enter a convent This was the final featurelength film by Antonioni before his death in 2007 Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3 1 Screenplay 3 2 Filming locations 4 Reception 4 1 Critical response 4 2 Box office 4 3 Awards and nominations 5 References 6 External links The director John Malkovich is flying to Italy following the conclusion of his latest film On the airplane as he looks out beyond the clouds he begins to think about his next film and the art of filmmaking Upon landing he drives through the night through thick fog with people appearing and disappearing like apparitions Story of a Love Affair that Never Existed In Ferrara Italy Silvano Kim Rossi Stuart meets Carmen Inés Sastre and asks her where he can find a room for the night She directs him to a hotel where she is staying After checking in Silvano sees her in the hotel restaurant and joins her Silvano learns that Carmen is a teacher They are attracted to each other but they retire to their separate rooms She undresses and waits for him but he never comes The next morning he finds that she has checked out of the hotel Two years later in a movie theater in Ferrara Silvano sees Carmen again and later approaches her outside As they walk past the Castello Estense she speaks of words that need to be spoken but he says the only words worth speaking are hidden inside Silvano walks Carmen to her home where she reveals that she lived with a man for a year and only recently he left her Words do us good she tells Silvano even in writing A woman expects them She always does Although seemingly attracted to Silvano Carmen rebufs his attempted kiss and he leaves Later he returns to her room they undress and he passes his hand over her skin as if unable to touch her They move to passionately kiss but they do not Finally he leaves without making passionate love to her Out in the street he looks back at her watching from a window The Girl The Crime The director visits a deserted beach on a dreary day The wind sweeps the sand across the beach He finds an old photograph of a seaside town cradled on a hillside In Portofino Italy while exploring the quaint passageways above town the director encounters a beautiful woman Sophie Marceau and follows her to a seaside clothing shop where the woman works In the shop she gives him a look of recognition They do not speak but seem drawn to each other As the director leaves she gestures to him but he does not respond Some time later the woman meets her friend at the Caffè Excelsior but notices the director sitting nearby She approaches him and confesses I killed my father I stabbed him twelve times and then walks away The director follows and they talk about the killing that took place a year prior for which she spent three months in jail before being acquitted She takes him to the scene of the crime at the waterfront Conflicted by her feelings for the director she says You remind me ofsomebody They walk to her apartment and make love Later the director sits at a pool above the town contemplating the womans story and its impact on the film he is writing Dont Try to Find Me In a Paris café a young woman Chiara Caselli approaches a man Peter Weller sitting by himself She wants to talk with someone about a magazine article she just read The man is enchanted by the young womans story Three years later the man returns home after seeing the young woman who is by now his mistress His wife Patricia Fanny Ardant confronts her husband with an ultimatum he must choose between them When he goes to break up with his mistress they end up making love He returns home to find his wife drunk Everything seems ridiculous she tells him He assures her that he will leave his mistress and they make love for the first time in three years The husband returns to his mistress who becomes jealous when she learns that he slept with his wife They fight but again they end up making love Meanwhile Carlo Jean Reno returns to his highrise apartment to find it empty He gets a phone call from his wife who has just emptied the apartment of most of their belongings and left him After a brief angry exchange she hangs up on him Looking around the apartment he sees a picture of his wife naked that she had ripped up before leaving Patricia arrives at the apartment which she has just rented from Carlos wife Patricia has just left her husband and is expecting their furniture to arrive shortlyshe too has emptied her husbands home Carlo reveals that his wife left him for her lover because he was away too often on business Patricia then gets a phone call from her husband and she tells him Dont try to find me Carlo and Patricia approach each other and he says Theres a cure for everything Patricia responds Thats what disturbs me He kisses her hand gently In the French countryside a man pulls a woman from the railroad tracks as a train passes On the train the director considers the limits of our brains of our experience of our culture of our inspiration of our imagination of our sensitivity A woman enters his compartment gets a phone call and says Dont call me again Meanwhile on a nearby hill an artist Marcello Mastroianni is painting the very landscape the train is passing through He explains to a woman the value of copying from the masters This Body of Filth In AixenProvence the director is contemplating the paintings in his hotel lobby when he notices a man entering the building across the street to deliver architectural drawings When he reemerges the man Niccolo Vincent Perez passes a young woman Irène Jacob in the doorway and decides to follow her He asks if he can accompany her and she tells him shes going to church Beyond Tomorrow Niccolo is surprised that this quiet woman has little to say and seems uninterested in the world around her She tells him that to be happy we need to eliminated pointless thoughtsthat she prefers the quiet As they walk along the cobblestone streets the young woman tells Niccolo that she longs to escape her body that it needs too much and is never satisfied Niccolo seems more interested in her body When she does not respond to his romantic approaches he observes that she looks like someone who is in love like someone who is satisfied She acknowledges that she is When they arrive at the Church of SaintJeandeMalte the young woman enters the church and he follows her inside During the service the young woman appears deeply spiritual as the choir sings Detached and bored Niccolo walks around like a tourist gazing up at the architecture before sitting down away from the congregation Later Niccolo wakes up in the now empty church following the service He runs out into the dark streets looking for the young woman finding her at a well They talk about the impermanence of things He admits that he is scared of death and she tells him she is scared of lifethe life people lead Niccolo accompanies the young woman home stopping in an entranceway to escape the rain Asked what would happen if he fell in love with her she responds Youd be lighting a candle in a room full of light When they reach her apartment he asks to see her the next day She replies simply Tomorrow I enter a convent Niccolo walks out into the night and the rain Fanny Ardant as Patricia Chiara Caselli as Mistress Irène Jacob as The Girl John Malkovich as The Director Sophie Marceau as The Girl Vincent Perez as Niccolo Jean Reno as Carlo Kim Rossi Stuart as Silvano Inés Sastre as Carmen Peter Weller as Husband Marcello Mastroianni as The Man of All Vices Jeanne Moreau as Friend Enrica Antonioni as Boutique Manager1 Productionedit Screenplayedit The screenplay was adapted from four sketches titled Story of a Love Affair that Never Existed The Girl The Crime Dont Try to Find Me and This Body of Filth from Antonionis book That Bowling Alley on the Tiber Antonioni who was 83 at the time of the films production had a stroke that left him severely incapacitated The film was completed with help from Wim Wenders who wrote its prologue and epilogue and worked on the screenplay Filming locationsedit Beyond the Clouds was filmed in the following locations Ferrara Italy AixenProvence BouchesduRhône France Portofino Genoa Liguria Italy Paris France1 Receptionedit Critical responseedit Beyond the Clouds received mixed to positive reviews with the general consensus being that fans of Antonionis work would welcome and appreciate this one of the directors last films others would be less embracing of his distinctive cinematic style In his review in The New York Times Stephen Holden wrote There are moments of such astounding visual power in Michelangelo Antonionis film Beyond the Clouds that you are all but transported through the screen to a place where the physical and emotional weather fuse into a palpable sadness More than just a great directors autumnal musings Beyond the Clouds is a long goodbye to an idea of cinema as a high art one that can flourish only as long as there are directors of Mr Antonionis vision to dream it into being In his review in the San Francisco Chronicle Edward Guthmann gave the film a qualified positive review writing For Antonioni lovers who dont mind the moody silences and labyrinths of an Antonioni film and will recognize the echoes of earlier films Beyond the Clouds wont be disappointing A less partial audience Id guess will find it slow labored and selfconscious Guthman sees as the dominant theme of the film the ways in which desire distorts perception and leaves us betrayed when our wishes and reality prove incompatible Its that compelling sense of mystery of the endless search and its undercurrent of loneliness that sets this great filmmaker apart 4 In his review in the Chicago Reader Jonathan Rosenbaum wrote There are a lot of beautiful things in Beyond the Clouds the style the settings the bodies of young men and womenmany of them beautiful in the vaguely blank way that models are 5 On the aggregate reviewer web site Rotten Tomatoes the film received a 65 positive rating from top film critics based on 20 reviews and a 68 positive audience rating based on 3618 reviews 6 Box officeedit The film earned 3252000 in gross revenue in Italy1 and 31738 in the United States 7 As of February 1996 the film had 230924 admissions in France and as of August 1996 the film had 24951 admissions in Portugal 8 Awards and nominationsedit 1995 Venice Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize Michelangelo Antonioni Wim Wenders Won 1995 Valladolid International Film Festival Golden Spike Nomination Michelangelo Antonioni Wim Wenders 1996 Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Silver Ribbon for Best Score Lucio Dalla Won 1996 Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Silver Ribbon Nomination for Best Director Michelangelo Antonioni 1996 David di Donatello Award for Best Cinematography Alfio Contini Won9 Referencesedit Notes The stories are based on four sketches titled Story of a Love Affair that Never Existed The Girl The Crime Dont Try to Find Me and This Body of Filth published in Antonionis book That Bowling Alley on the Tiber 2 Citations a b c d Beyond the Clouds Internet Movie Database Retrieved January 17 2012   Antonioni Michelangelo 1986 That Bowling Alley on the Tiber Tales of a Director New York Oxford University Press ISBN 9780195036763   Guthmann Edward December 10 1999 Reality Rains Down on Love in Antonionis Beyond the Clouds San Francisco Chronicle Retrieved February 16 2012   Rosenbaum Jonathan Beyond the Clouds Chicago Reader Retrieved February 16 2012   Beyond the Clouds Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved February 16 2012   Beyond the Clouds Box Office Mojo Retrieved February 16 2012   Box office business for Beyond the Clouds Internet Movie Database Retrieved February 16 2012   Awards for Beyond the Clouds Internet Movie Database Retrieved January 17 2012   Bibliography Antonioni Michelangelo 1986 That Bowling Alley on the Tiber Tales of a Director New York Oxford University Press ISBN 9780195036763   External linksedit Beyond the Clouds on IMDb Beyond the Clouds at AllMovie Beyond the Clouds at Rotten Tomatoes Beyond the Clouds at Box Office Mojo