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A mod London photographer finds something very suspicious in the shots he has taken of a mysterious beauty in a desolate park.

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Slant Magazine - 10/10 by Ed Gonzalez Blowup daringly suggests that an image without politics isn't an image at all.
Cinema em Cena - 10/10 by Pablo Villaça O rigor estético aqui exibido por Antonioni, somado à excepcional montagem de Frank Clarke, à bela fotografia de Carlo Di Palma e à atuação inspirada de Hemming, garante ao filme um vigor e um charme que só crescem com o tempo. - 10/10 by Dustin Putman At once provocative and mystifying, dazzlingly immersive and utterly remarkable.
Slant Magazine - 10/10 by Chuck Bowen Michelangelo Antonioni's film is an inquiry into the modernist concern of what art is and how it affects life.
Time Out - 10/10 by Geoff Andrew As often with Antonioni, a film riddled with moments of brilliance and scuppered by infuriating pretensions. - 10/10 by Jake Euker Every generation has a cautionary tale like Blow-Up, but its hypocrisy is special: it peddles what it condemns. Just as tired and offensive today as it was in '66.
Combustible Celluloid - 10/10 by Jeffrey M. Anderson The ennui stretches into the very story itself.
Village Voice - 10/10 by J. Hoberman A prize '60s artifact, Michelangelo Antonioni's what-is-truth? meditation on Swinging London is a movie to appreciate -- if not ponder.
EmanuelLevy.Com - 9/10 by Emanuel Levy Antonioni's first English-speaking film is a seminal work of the 1960s, reflecting swinging London as well as dealing with voyeurism, artists' social responsbilities and other relevant issues.
Boulder Weekly - 9/10 by Thomas Delapa Antonioni's chic study in ambiguity calls into question the notion of photographic truth, and indeed reality itself.
Q Network Film Desk - 9/10 by James Kendrick an intriguing, frustrating, compelling film-pretty much exactly what I imagine Antonioni wanted it to be.
Tim Dirks' The Greatest Films - 9/10 by Tim Dirks Blow-Up (1966) is director Michelangelo Antonioni's view of the world of mod fashion, and an engaging, provocative murder mystery

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