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 Encyclopedia: Andrei Tarkovsky
Tarkovsky, son of the prominent poet Arseniy Tarkovsky, was a product of the golden era of Soviet arts education.
Andrei Tarkovsky deliberately obscures time by using the same actors to portray the two phases of the narrator's life: the fatherless boy attempting to reach out to his distracted mother, and the distant father unable to relate to his self-absorbed son.
Domenico implores Andrei with a seemingly innocuous task that he, considered mentally unstable by the villagers, is unable to execute, to cross the natural spring with a lit candle, as part of his redemptive design.
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 Andrei Tarkovsky
Recurring motifs in his films are dreams, memory, childhood, running water, reflections, and characters re-appearing in the foreground of long panning movements of the camera.
The Sacrifice (1986) - The film is about the prospect of nuclear annihilation and man's spiritual response to this and other dilemmas set in counterpoint to a minor fable of failed adultery.
The Genius of Andrei Tarkovsky by Alan Pavelin
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 TSPDT - Andrei Tarkovsky
Ivan's Childhood (1962), Andrei Rublev (1966), Solaris (1972), Stalker (1979)
[ The Films of Andrei Tarkovsky: A Visual Fuque ] [ Andrei Tarkovsky: Sculpting in Time - Reflections on the Cinema ] [ Tarkovsky: Cinema as Poetry ]
Ivan's Childhood (1962), Andrei Rublev (1966), Solaris (1972), Mirror (1976), Stalker (1979), Nostalgia (1983), The Sacrifice (1986)
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