A film about film that revolves around a photographer, a movie about the jetsetting world of fashion and music in the ’60s that seems to really hate the world of fashion and music in the ’60s, Blow-Up is legendary Italian director’s Michelangelo Antonini’s confusing and contradictory love letter to the fickleness of images. And at the very least, it’s quite pretty. Screening at the Museum of Fine Arts as a morbidly cheeky nod to their sartorial-themed fall shows, Blow-Up is a haunting glimpse into a world where what’s behind the lens is what’s real. And that lens is really out of focus. [465 Huntington Ave., Boston. 617.267.9300. 5pm/$7, $6 members, students. mfa.org]
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