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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.
Having just finished watching this, there are a lot of things going through my head. Despite being rather dense, I was able to understand the film on at least a surface level... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Robert Hayes
Criterion's BD version of Tarkovsky's SOLARIS is of sheer beauty. All 7 movies he made are masterpieces so hope Criterion will release more BD versions.Published 27 days ago by sunrisespacelab
Intense concept and atmosphere. Pacing was challenging for me at times, but I enjoyed the underlying emotions and situations. An education in scifi film history. Read morePublished 28 days ago by J B
Awful. So slow moving it was tedious to the extreme. Dialog either non existent or so verbose and over the top that it seemed like 2 different movies (English subtitles, Russian... Read morePublished 29 days ago by jack
wish they would have done some better styling to keep it more of a classic. the 70'sness of it kept me from really going in. the premise and the long frames are wonderful.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. B. Anderson
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 1 month ago by Karl E. Weaver
While the premise is kind of odd, it's beautifully told, set, and photographed. Tarkoffsky is just unique.Published 1 month 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 1 month ago by Susanne