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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.
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 24 days 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 1 month ago by Film Buff
This Blu-ray could not be read either by my Denon or by my Panasonic blu-ray reader owing to region restriction (France). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zaminlove
This is one of those movies that's part of many lists of top sci-fi films to watch. Read more
Solaris is slow but moving and mysterious.its really truly good and worth the invetment if slow is o.k. with you.Published 6 months ago by Donald D. Emmal
Video performed well. It was received on time. The story is wonderfully weird. I enjoyed comparing the storytelling to the G. Clooney version.Published 8 months ago by Sharon M. Cox