Dir. Andrei Tarkovsky (1973).
Originally hailed as the Soviet 2001, Tarkovsky’s sci-fi epic, adapted from Stanislaw Lem’s more sardonic novel, is actually something closer to Vertigo—a strange and beautiful meditation on memory, simulation, and lost love.
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