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La infancia de Iván, Andrei Tarkovsky 1962.

La infancia de Iván, Andrei Tarkovsky 1962.

Tarkovsky’s mature work begins with Andrei Rublev (1966, USSR release in 1971), which concerns the tribulations of the great Russian icon painter. Tarkovsky’s science fiction allegory Solaris (1972), based on a Stanislaw Lem novel, suggests that modern scientific knowledge is an inferior substitute for creative imagination. His most formally complex film, Zerkalo (The Mirror, 1975), uses a highly elliptical narrative design to trace out the fragmentary memories and dreamscapes - Viola Bz

Tarkovsky’s mature work begins with Andrei Rublev USSR release in

Andrei Tarkovsky at the Venice Film festival, 1962, for Ivan’s Childhood.

Andrei Tarkovsky with his wife Irma Raush at the Venice Film festival, for Ivan’s Childhood.

Ivanovo detstvo (Ivan's Childhood) (1962). Director: Andrei Tarkovsky

Ivan's Childhood - Cinematography by Vadim Yusov

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barcarole: Andrei Tarkovsky (the Rublev days).

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