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Зеркало Mirror /

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  • "Un homme de quarante ans, frappé par la maladie, se penche sur son passé. D'abord l'image de la mère attendant ce père que les enfants ne verront jamais. Puis surgit l'image de sa femme dont il est séparé. Enfin le fils paraît à son tour."
  • "Tarkovsky's autobiography is combined with fragments from his parents' biographies. His father, the poet, Arseny Tarkovsky, reads his poems on the soundtrack. In this essay on the interdependence of private and collective memories, Tarkovsky's memories and his childhood dreams and nightmares are interwoven with newsreels relevant to the period."
  • "Tarkovsky's looking glass is not merely cracked but shattered and we see the jagged, jumbled reflections of its shards, images of Tarkovsky's childhood mixed with fragments of his adult life--a child's wartime exile, a mother's experience with political terror, the breakup of a marriage, life in a country home--all intermingled with slow-motion dream sequences and poetic chunks of stark newsreels."
  • "Tarkovsky's looking glass is not merely cracked but shattered and we see the jagged, jumbled reflections of its shards, imges of Tarkovsky's childhood mixed with fragments of his adult life--a child's wartime exile, a mother's experience with political terror, the breakup of a marriage, life in a country home--all intermingled with slow-motion dream sequences and poetic chunks of stark newsreels."
  • "Hailed by many as the celebrated Russian director Tarkovskii's greatest work. In this autobiographical film, an artist reflects on three generations and his relationship (both as child and adult) with his mother and father, and those with his wife and small son."
  • ""Tarkovsy uses his own coming-of-age experiences, himself 'mirror'-ed, to convey the mood and action that dominated a country ravaged by war. Through a fascinating two-tiered time frame, the director blends his own harsh childhood with an adult life that is troubled and broken ... [the film] becomes a stream of consciousness, nostalgic visions of childhood mixed with slow-motion dream sequences and stark WWII newsreels"--Container."
  • "Tarkovsky's mirror is not merely cracked but shattered and we see the jagged, jumbled reflections of its shards, images of Tarkovsky's childhood mixed with fragments of his adult life-- a child's wartime exile, a mother's experience with political terror, the breakup of a marriage, life in a country home-- all intermingled with slow-motion dream sequences and poetic chunks of stark newsreels."
  • "A film in which the protagonistsʹs life is reflected and refracted through childhood memory."

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  • "Biographical films."
  • "Feature films."
  • "Foreign language films"
  • "Fiction films."
  • "Video Collection (VHS)"
  • "Drama."
  • "Drama"
  • "Feature films"

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  • "Зеркало Mirror /"
  • "Andrei Tarkovsky's The mirror."
  • "Mirror"
  • "Andrei Tarkovsky's The mirror"
  • "Zerkalo The Mirror /"
  • "Zerkalo (Motion picture)"
  • "Looking-glass."
  • "Zerkalo the mirror /"
  • "Zerkalo Mirror /"
  • "Zerkalo Mirror."
  • "Andrei Tarkovsky's haunting masterpiece The mirror"
  • "Zerkalo The mirror /"
  • "Looking glass"
  • "Mirror."
  • "Looking glass."