"Aside from a couple of insignificant items [...], the photograph could have been taken yesterday for Esquire or Vanity Fair. And if [the director's] critical stock has fallen of late, the truth is that, as one of the century's supreme inventors of forms, his genius has been usurped by its own posterity."—Gilbert Adair, writing in Flickers, 1995, on Breathless, 1959, Jean-Luc Godard.
The image above, on the other hand, is from La signora senza camelie, 1953, Michelangelo Antonioni. The actors are Gino Cervi and Lucia Bosé.
The subsequent sentence by Adair is: "Moreover, the evidence that not merely the cinema but the world itself has become Godardian is staring us in the face."
Let's see if it works when we make the switch: "Moreover, the evidence that not merely the cinema but the world itself has become Antonionian is staring us in the face."