History Creator / AndreiTarkovsky

19th Feb '18 10:54:43 PM jabberwocky1996
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* RealMenLoveJesus: Surprisingly yes. He was a very religious man and would actually write down prayers in his diaries. They’re actually quite beautiful.
20th Dec '17 9:04:54 PM Nylsa
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* MundaneMadeAwesome: The appeal of his films doesn't come from plot ot suspense but from mood and atmosphere which can turn an otherwise ordinary moment into something epic.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: The appeal of his films doesn't come from plot ot suspense or suspense, but from mood and atmosphere atmosphere, which can turn an otherwise ordinary moment into something epic.



* TheOner: a regular feature of his films are very long one camera shots.

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* TheOner: a A regular feature of his films are consist of very long one camera shots.
20th Dec '17 8:56:55 PM Nylsa
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* FollowTheLeader: The critical reception of ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' may have factored into the creation of ''Solaris'' and ''Stalker'', similar meditative sci-fi films. Tarkovsky made very clear that he wasn't a fan of Kubrick's film, however.



* ProductionPosse: Tarkovsky's wife and father helped him in the production of his films. His father, Arseny, also wrote the poems read in ''The Mirror''. The actor AnatolySolonitsyn, meanwhile, appeared in ''Andrei Rublev'' (as Andrei Rublev), ''Solaris'' (as Sartorius), ''The Mirror'' (as a doctor), and ''Stalker'' (as the Writer).



* WriteWhoYouKnow: Many elements in the films come from Tarkovsky's own life, such as the horrors of war, a family separated, hospitals, and someone meditating in the wilderness.
5th Nov '17 1:35:12 PM dlchen145
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Andrei Arsenevich Tarkovsky (1932–1986) was a Soviet film director, writer, and theorist. His family had a literary background, and he studied art, music and language at school. But during the [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Great Patriotic War]], his father was drafted and Andrei, his mother, and his sisters had to evacuate. He caught tuberculosis and recovered in a hospital. He dropped out of university and decided to become a prospector. He was sent to Siberia and, in the wilderness there, discovered film.

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Andrei Arsenevich Arsenyevich Tarkovsky (1932–1986) (Андре́й Арсе́ньевич Тарко́вский, 4 April 1932 – 29 December 1986) was a Soviet film director, writer, and theorist. His family had a literary background, and he studied art, music and language at school. But during the [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Great Patriotic War]], his father was drafted and Andrei, his mother, and his sisters had to evacuate. He caught tuberculosis and recovered in a hospital. He dropped out of university and decided to become a prospector. He was sent to Siberia and, in the wilderness there, discovered film.
18th Jun '17 8:08:34 PM GrammarNavi
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Andrei Arsenevich Tarkovsky (1932–1986) was a Soviet film director, writer, and theorist. His family had a literary background, and he studied art, music and language at school. But during the UsefulNotes/GreatPatrioticWar, his father was drafted and Andrei, his mother, and his sisters had to evacuate. He caught tuberculosis and recovered in a hospital. He dropped out of university and decided to become a prospector. He was sent to Siberia and, in the wilderness there, discovered film.

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Andrei Arsenevich Tarkovsky (1932–1986) was a Soviet film director, writer, and theorist. His family had a literary background, and he studied art, music and language at school. But during the UsefulNotes/GreatPatrioticWar, [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Great Patriotic War]], his father was drafted and Andrei, his mother, and his sisters had to evacuate. He caught tuberculosis and recovered in a hospital. He dropped out of university and decided to become a prospector. He was sent to Siberia and, in the wilderness there, discovered film.
9th May '16 3:36:29 PM eroock
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22nd Jun '15 7:15:13 AM gallium
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* ''Film/IvansChildhood'' (1962) or ''My Name Is Ivan'' was Tarkovsky's first feature film. Like ''Cranes Are Flying'' or ''The Ballad of a Soldier'', this film explores [[WarIsHell the suffering and human cost of war]] as seen by Ivan, a 12-year-old boy in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII occupied Russia. It was a commercial and critical success, and gained Tarkovsky his first real fame as a director.

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* ''Film/IvansChildhood'' (1962) or ''My Name Is Ivan'' was Tarkovsky's first feature film. Like ''Cranes Are Flying'' ''Film/TheCranesAreFlying'' or ''The Ballad of a Soldier'', ''Film/BalladOfASoldier'', this film explores [[WarIsHell the suffering and human cost of war]] as seen by Ivan, a 12-year-old boy in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII occupied Russia. It was a commercial and critical success, and gained Tarkovsky his first real fame as a director.
18th Jun '15 4:42:25 PM eroock
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* ''Ivan's Childhood'' (1962) or ''My Name Is Ivan'' was Tarkovsky's first feature film. Like ''Cranes Are Flying'' or ''The Ballad of a Soldier'', this film explores [[WarIsHell the suffering and human cost of war]] as seen by Ivan, a 12-year-old boy in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII occupied Russia. It was a commercial and critical success, and gained Tarkovsky his first real fame as a director.

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* ''Ivan's Childhood'' ''Film/IvansChildhood'' (1962) or ''My Name Is Ivan'' was Tarkovsky's first feature film. Like ''Cranes Are Flying'' or ''The Ballad of a Soldier'', this film explores [[WarIsHell the suffering and human cost of war]] as seen by Ivan, a 12-year-old boy in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII occupied Russia. It was a commercial and critical success, and gained Tarkovsky his first real fame as a director.
20th Mar '15 4:51:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''AndreiRublev'' (1966) is Tarkovsky's longest film, at 205 minutes, and is a {{Biopic}} of medieval Russian icon painter Andrei Rublev, focusing on his role in creating the Russian Christian identity. Its depictions of ancient religion and ambiguity about politics got this film censored for years. However, it was his first widely awarded film.

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* ''AndreiRublev'' ''Film/AndreiRublev'' (1966) is Tarkovsky's longest film, at 205 minutes, and is a {{Biopic}} of medieval Russian icon painter Andrei Rublev, focusing on his role in creating the Russian Christian identity. Its depictions of ancient religion and ambiguity about politics got this film censored for years. However, it was his first widely awarded film.



* FollowTheLeader: The critical reception of ''[[ASpaceOdyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey]]'' may have factored into the creation of ''Solaris'' and ''Stalker'', similar meditative sci-fi films. Tarkovsky made very clear that he wasn't a fan of Kubrick's film, however.
* GainaxEnding: Some of his movies seem to end in this way, like for example ''TheMirror'' and ''Nostalghia''. See also MindScrew.

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* FollowTheLeader: The critical reception of ''[[ASpaceOdyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey]]'' ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' may have factored into the creation of ''Solaris'' and ''Stalker'', similar meditative sci-fi films. Tarkovsky made very clear that he wasn't a fan of Kubrick's film, however.
* GainaxEnding: Some of his movies seem to end in this way, like for example ''TheMirror'' ''Film/TheMirror'' and ''Nostalghia''. See also MindScrew.
26th Feb '15 5:30:39 AM deathmaster87
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