Deleuze and Tarkovsky: the time image and post-war Soviet cinema history
Subject: PB | PN1993 | D901 | D204 | D1
Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-1986) is remembered as one of Russia's most influential and celebrated filmmakers. Over the course of his career he released seven feature films: Ivan’s Childhood (1962); Andrei Rublev (1966, USSR release 1971); Solaris (1972); Mirror (1975); Stal... View more
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