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julio

This is a dream...

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Michael

Tarkovsky is very arguably the greatest filmmaker of all time, and I absolutely adore most, if not all, of his previous films; this was a much more difficult, much less pleasant film than most of those others. I won't say that it's not great, but it's great the way a dense primary ...Read more

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Karim

What about Abbas Kiarostami?

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Catherine

Nostalgia is on my watchlist. I watched "Winter Light" last weekend, and I thought it was terrific. It is one of those movies that I would have to watch very closely and several times. The scene where the pastor is confronting his mistress and then you see him look outside and the light comes ...Read more

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Ben

Every shot and scene was beautiful and brilliant

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Nadia

Clunky, confused allegory with superficial use of Orthodox Christian symbols & eschatology. I really wanted to like it, but the film's grasping quality eclipses whatever experience I might have had just enjoying T's photography.

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Michael

I felt very similarly. I might be wrong, but I would sooner rewatch almost any of his previous films than rewatch this one! (I've yet to see SACRIFICE -- that's next/last on the list, since I'm going through his films chronologically.)

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Catherine

As a great fan of Paul Schrader's "First Reformed," I had to watch this very cerebral and enigmatic film. Schrader has referenced this film, along with "Ida" as his inspiration.

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Jonathan

If you liked "First Reformed" you should watch (if you haven't already) Bresson's "Diary of a Country Priest" and Bergman's "Winter Light." And if you liked "Nostalghia" you can't go wrong with any of Tarkovsky's other films, though "MIrror" is perhaps even more enigmatic than this one (and ...Read more

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Jalish

Finally got to watch this after searching for many days. Thanks to NYPL and Kanopy.

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stephen

an enduring masterpiece...my god.

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michael

snoozer

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Emmett

Pay no attention to this man. Tarkovsky was the greatest ever.

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dee

I imagined you in white gloves, a top hat, and tuxedo declaring this in the middle of an intersection at night in Paris circa 1870

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YIIIY

It would be perfect if northeaster, whom feed us resourcefully as an institution, can give access to this one.