Behind the scenes of Solaris (1972)

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Thumbs up if you get that reference :)

Post Tenebras Lux -2012- Carlos Reygadas

For me, the best is Dosto!

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Yury Pavlovich Annenkov also known as Georges Annenkov, 23 July 1889 -12 July 1974.

Was a Russian artist mostly known for his book illustrations and portraits. He also worked for theatre and cinema (design).

PS: Photo number 1 is a self portrait. 

Solaris (Russian: Солярис, tr. Solyaris) is a 1972 Russian science fiction art film adaptation of the novel Solaris (1961, Stanisław Lem) , 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 out because the meager skeleton crew of three scientists have fallen into separate emotional crises. Psychologist Kris Kelvin travels to the Solaris space station to evaluate the situation only to encounter the same mysterious phenomenon as the others.

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Tarkovsky Films


Planning a romantic getaway? Pick Russia as your destination - there are plenty of honeymoon-worthy locations

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I’ve noticed, from my experience, if the external, emotional construction of images in a film are based on the filmmaker’s own memory, on the kinship of one’s personal experience with the fabric of the film, then the film will have the power to affect those who see it.

Andrei Tarkovsky

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Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol 31 March 1809 – 4 March  1852.

Was a Ukrainian-born Russian dramatist, novelist and short story writer.

Considered by his contemporaries one of the preeminent figures of the natural school of Russian literary realism, later critics have found in Gogol’s work a fundamentally romantic sensibility, with strains of Surrealism and the grotesque.