I really liked it, despite a middle that lingered too long in one place. There's something really intimate captured here, and it's staying with me.
I'm in the midst of watching a season-long retrospective of Antonioni's films & am once again awestruck by the power of his craft. This is many things: a unique exploration of an artist at work (albeit a kind of misogynistic ass); a 60s time capsule; and another entry in the director's canon that shows that not all mysteries need be explained. Essential.