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A retired actor and his family find themselves on a remote Baltic island when word arrives of nuclear war in Tarkovsky’s elegiac final film.
A writer, a scientist, and their "stalker" guide venture into a mysterious wasteland known as the Zone. "A dense, complex, often contradictory, and endlessly pliable allegory about human consciousness” (Slant).
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Andrei Tarkovsky's breathtaking journey through the ruined but magical spaces of Tuscany follows a Russian man who feels the longing for home, closure, and the absolute that the film's title describes. "Nostalghia is not so much a movie as a place to inhabit for two hours” (J. Hoberman).
In Tarkovsky's influential 1972 masterwork, based on a famous novel by Stanislaw Lem, "the alien world is one immense ocean, the ocean is a brain, and the brain may be our own" (Village Voice).
Tarkovsky’s most autobiographical work, a collection of memories of a young boy coming of age, invented “a new language, true to the nature of film . . . life as a dream” (Ingmar Bergman).
Tarkovsky’s diploma film follows the unlikely friendship between a frail young violinist and a gruff older steamroller operative. With Voyage in Time, on Tarkovsky and screenwriter Tonino Guerra’s travels across Italy.
Andrei Tarkovsky’s epic, otherworldly portrait of the 15th-century Russian icon-painter is “a superproduction gone ideologically berserk” (Village Voice).
Lyrical and brutal by turns, the great Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky's first feature tells of a child's experiences during WWII. “A poetically directed antiwar film that also shows the beauty of the landscape” (SFIFF 1962).