1. Like a modern viewer, who saw countless achievements of the modern cinema, the color palette was not a surprise. But when you realize that Antonioni did it in 1966 (it was the first color film to him) and made so colourful and bright picture, you started felling slightly uncomfortable. According to the rumours, Antonioni asked to paint the grass in the park, where the murder scene was filmed, which gives the flavor to the picture. By the way, the green color often appears in the scene: the park, the dress of the secretary, the doors, and even the protagonist's coat, if you look closely, is also green! Also, the rich purple was noticeably present, whereas I did not find any yellow shade.
2. Most of the scenes take place in the Thomas' studio. Also, the scene in the park occupies a large part of timekeeping.
3. The main character, played by David Hemmings, is a typical Narcissus, a fanatic of his work and a quite creative man. Throughout the film you can see how people are drawn to him and admire him, while he rejects them, with his usual composure. As for the supporting roles, they are boring, but that is because Antonioni just did not set out such a task to reveal all the characters. Vanessa Redgrave in the role of Jane, in my opinion overdone and replayed it. This is especially evident in the scene with the music player.
4. I really like the way Michelangelo Antonioni filled the scenes with diverse little things that seem to not affect the storyline, but give the film its unique atmosphere. I was not bored to look at the protagonist moving from one room to another, or even just smoking a cigarette thoughtfully or riding in a convertible car on the streets of London. Everything was as competent put as sometimes it seemed that the dialogue is not necessary. The silence played a significant role as well, which interrupts the dialogue, although the sound was reduced badly. The director had the same scene, the scene of photography (which became the cover for the film), to disclose the nature of the protagonist. That is how responsible Antonioni came to the profession of photographer.
5. Not having found a second time in the park the same corpse, Thomas realizes that all this might seem to him only. This is his brain could thus embellish his meaningless life through this vision. Now, he can only guess. The final scene of the tennis game without a ball and racket is difficult to understand and even more so for the interpretation, but I will try: Thomas, adopting the rules of this strange clownery, though agrees that in the world there is also a different, fictional reality that he had refused to accept and taking imaginary sword in hand, he seemed to accept the rules of the game.
6. Of course, Antonioni is an esthete, and he made emphasis is on visual perception, removing dialogue by the wayside. However, among them there were impressive stitch. For example, when Thomas asks Jane to talk to his wife on the phone, all the cynical character of the protagonist is seen, who spit on the people around him so that he can tell his wife that at the moment he is alone with another woman. It has been used correctly, the dialogue between the main character and his friend Ron at the end of the film, as it helped the audience to explain everything. However, there was a visual component as well, namely as the scene was filmed in the apartment of an antiques dealer, known in London at that time. In general, Antonioni wants to say, here is a rich and deep imagery and atmosphere, but if you have problems with imagination, here is good dialogue that will help you understand.