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Stands with the greatest science-fiction movies ever made. Read full review
An amazing celluloid poem by a filmmaker whom Ingmar Bergman called "the greatest." He very nearly was. He was also, perhaps, too pure a creator and reckless a citizen to survive unscathed. Read full review
A dazzlingly imaginative work with awesome production values and special effects that bear comparison to those of "2001." Read full review
Tarkovsky's eerie mystic parable is given substance by the filmmaker's boldly original grasp of film language and the remarkable performances by all the principals. Read full review
His (Tarkovsky's) pictures, and his sounds -- such as the symphonic drip of raindrops in a wooded pond -- tell more than just the immediate story; they rejuvenate the mind. Read full review
Routinely called Tarkovsky's reply to Kubrick's "2001" -- But Kubrick's film is outward, charting man's next step in the universe, while Tarkovsky's is inward, asking about the nature and reality of the human personality.
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Slow, but ravishingly beautiful and charged with a real poignancy. Read full review
The most pop film the great Russian filmmaker ever made. Read full review
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