This is a clip from L’eclisse (1962). There are no subtitles. None are really needed. As in all of the truly individual filmmakers, the essence of Antonioni was in his images and sounds.
Once, in the late ’80s, I attended a screening of Identificazione di una donna (1982) at UCLA. Antonioni himself was present. He sat in the audience, but did not speak.
After the film was over, Antonioni stood up and took a bow. At that moment, I caught his eye and he returned my gaze. It was one of the most intensely communicative moments of eye contact I have ever experienced. Later, I learned the reason. He had experienced a stroke sometime around 1985 and could not speak. However, that did not stop him from communicating with the means still available to him (his gaze). Or seeing. Or sharing his vision through the medium of film.
First, Bergman. Now, Antonioni. We will never see their like again.