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Questions on love, loss, human comfort, logic, reason, humanity, existance, and life itself.
In SOLARIS, the 1972 film by the great Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, this theme is given an unusually personal and emotional treatment.
Definitely something to see WITH others of like mind as you will want to discuss it afterwards.
Quick: how many famous films by Russian directors can you name? Not many, eh? Well if you are eager to brush up on your Russian science fiction filmography, then you won’t want... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Karl E. Weaver
While the premise is kind of odd, it's beautifully told, set, and photographed. Tarkoffsky is just unique.Published 13 days ago by syduenonimous
I'm a fan of psychological sci-fi and existential philosophy, and I really wanted to love this movie. But I just didn't. There's no denying that it's visually lovely. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Susanne
Great movie... for the era. If one had not been exposed to such films as Space Odyssey and the remake with Clooney, it would be even more impressive. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Dhamma Practitioner
The conditions by which the writer of the story and the director, who made cinema reality from it, in itself, is truly surreal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Wood-Muller
With Solaris (1972) Andrei Tarkovsky reached a defining point in his career. The way the film looks, the basically humanist themes of the script, the languid pacing and the highly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Film Buff