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Solaris(1972)

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  • Gimme the bat, Wendy...

    • The Caretaker
    • 1/10/14

    Wendy, stop swingin that bat...Put down the bat, Wendy! Wenddddddyyyyy GIMME THE BAT!!! Anyway, this movie is f' ing trippy.

  • Solaris

    • Dashiell B.
    • 11/30/12

    An outstanding science-fiction film from U.S.S.R. that challenges our conceptions of love, humanity, guilt & desire. A psychologist, an ambiguous performance by Banionis, aboard a space station becomes affected by the strange sights of his deceased wife. Director Tarkovsky uses long takes & a patient-pace to show stunning imagery and while epic in character studying, is intellectually grueling. A film which is basically a way to express what it means to be alive. I give it a 4.5/5.

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    • Suzanne Wheat
    • 11/28/12

    This film can be tedious but is worth the effort. A study of Tarkovsky's work was inspired by Patti Smith's references to him. I consider this film to be important along with Andrej Rublev.

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