Blow-Up

Blow-Up
Blow-Up

Year

1966

Duration

106 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Swinging 1960s London is the setting for this atmospheric crime mystery. Fashion photographer Thomas' life is a whirl of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll as he drives his convertible Rolls-Royce around town. But it's a shallow and meaningless existence. Things change when he thinks he's accidentally photographed a murder, and tries to solve the crime. The woman from his photographs arrives on the scene - but is she to be trusted, and is it really true that the camera never lies? This stylish, intelligent thriller is one of the definitive accounts of a transformative period in popular culture.

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15 Classification

Contains moderate nudity and drug use.

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