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Tarkovsky

Andrei . 1932--86, Soviet film director, whose films include Andrei Rublev (1966), Solaris (1971), Nostalgia (1983), and The Sacrifice (1986)
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Among these legacies, critics have mostly emphasised Zvyagintsev's overt references to Tarkovsky's films, having been called Tarkovsky's heir or a new Tarkovsky (40) both because of such explicit connections and for his subtle technique and subject preferences.
The issue has an historical conclusion: a selection of the poetry of three "lost" second-generation Russian Absurdists produced during the Siege of Leningrad, and the closing words of Tarkovsky and Joseph Brodsky.
Ha muitas intimidades com esse filme (feito no ano em que nasci, 1966) e com toda a obra de Tarkovsky.
Diaz's essentialist view of women in Norte and his reliance on the elements, particularly fire and water, for his eschatological effects indicate the influence of Tarkovsky, whose antimontage style Diaz has often extolled.
An internationally acclaimed icon of the film industry, the legacy Tarkovsky left for his fans included Andrei Rublev, Stalker, Nostalgia and other brilliant works.
But while the appellation holy fool appears repeatedly in Tarkovsky criticism to describe his more eccentric characters, the parallels are rarely straightforward.
In thus transforming a literary, psychological sf novel into a metaphysical cinematic parable, Tarkovsky created the least science-fictional sf film ever, one some viewers find an unwatchable bore and many others (including me) consider an epiphanic masterpiece.
Tarkovsky may not have intended the experience to resemble an LSD trip, but as Dyer illustrates the Zone's surroundings as "taking on the internal rhythms of the body, breath and pulse" he wonders if the landscape of fields, abandoned cars, and trees would be as beautiful without Tarkovsky.
As an album it doesn't feel as whole as earlier offerings such as Horses, with diverse tracks such as Nine (a birthday song penned for actor Johnny Depp), This Is The Girl - a tender doo-wop-inspired ballad about the late Amy Winehouse - and Tarkovsky (The Second Stop Is Jupiter), which will satisfy fans of her freeform work.
Stalker, a work by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, follows three characters--Writer, Professor, and their leader, Stalker (often thought to represent Tarkovsky)--through a postapocalyptic region known as the Zone, with the goal of reaching the Zone's core.
He had no audience and seemingly no future but he had a rare friend in the late Soviet film director Andrei Tarkovsky -- a towering cinematic figure who saw genius where others saw dangerous thought.
Solaris WHETHER it's the 1972 Tarkovsky version or the more recent 2002 one (starring George Clooney, pictured), this adaptation of Polish writer Stanislaw Lem's head-scratcher isn't for people who found Mel Brooks' Space Balls complicated.