Channel Chriswell has put together some interesting video essays recently, and for his latest, he takes a look at the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, who focused on what the characters were feeling, rather than what was happening.
Vimeo user kogonada has put together a neat look at Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris and some of the background of the movie and how it was different from other science fiction films of the same era.
Movies about cloning usually deal with some kind of identity crisis — it's inherent in the subgenre — but few of them are as weird, or potentially as profound, as The Clone Returns To The Homeland, a new Japanese film that's already being compared to Tarkovsky's Solaris. The story of an astronaut who dies and is…
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Vitals:Andrei Tarkovsky's adaptation of Stanislaw Lem's novel called The Soviet 2001; some would argue it's…