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janvanham 2 years ago
2001 A Space Odyssey for commies.
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
so painfully boring. A long way to go for not much reward.
Katherine Shaw over 5 years ago
Beautifully executed sci-fi horror, slowly unwinds and terrifies
Austin 6 years ago
The brilliance of this film can't be described briefly. It's one of the best movies ever.
Jim Barton 6 years ago
Very slow... too slow for me.
John Mitchell almost 7 years ago
An astonishingly beautiful film, both aesthetically and thematically. Forget the remake.
bethswald almost 7 years ago
What this dull, meandering slog has to do w/the classic satire on science I may never know
nathanaelgrey 7 years ago
an alien experience in the orbit of an alien world
Lars Kinn Ekroll 7 years ago
Psychological sci-fi with Tarkovsky's usual cinematic brilliance.
Maxine Sherrin over 7 years ago
See this one before you bother with the cheesie George Clooney remake.
Stefan Stupar over 7 years ago
Vrhunac kinematografije. Filozofija, ljubav, apstraktno, umetnost, večnost.Naklon do poda!
Camila Peixoto 5 months ago
Mandy Allen 12 months ago
Matteo Satta 1 year ago
Dave Rybak over 2 years ago
Gabriel Becker over 2 years ago
Daniel McCoy over 2 years ago
Roxana Parsa over 2 years ago
mariia almost 3 years ago
Solaris (Russian: «Солярис», tr. Solyaris) is a 1972 film adaptation of the novel Solaris (1961), directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. The film is a meditative psychological drama occurring mostly aboard a space station orbiting the fictional planet Solaris. The scientific mission has stalled, because the scientist crew have fallen to emotional crises. Psychologist Kris Kelvin travels to the Solaris space station, to learn and evaluate the situation—yet soon hallucinates like the others. The Polish science fiction novel by Stanisław Lem is about the ultimate inadequacy of communication between human and non-human species. Tarkovsky's adaptation is a “drama of grief and partial recovery” concentrated upon the thoughts and the consciences of the cosmonaut scientists studying an extra-terrestrial (alien) life. The psychologically complex and slow narrative of Solaris has been contrasted to kinetic Western science fiction films, which rely upon fast narrative pace and special effects to...
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