Anatoliy Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolay Grinko, Nikolai Sergeyev
Andrei Tarkovsky (Director), Andrei Tarkovsky (Writer), Andrei Konchalovsky (Writer)
Release: Dec. 16th, 1966
Runtime: 3 hours, 25 minutes
An expansive Russian drama, this film focuses on the life of revered religious icon painter Andrei Rublev. Drifting from place to place in a tumultuous era, the peace-seeking monk eventually gains a reputation for his art. But after Rublev witnesses a brutal battle and unintentionally becomes involved, he takes a vow of silence and spends time away from his work. As he begins to ease his troubled soul, he takes steps towards becoming a painter once again.
Because this is the movie-forums , i thought there might be at least some reviews
of Tarkovsky's films such as Stalker , Solyaris , Zerkalo etc.
But i was surprised to find nothing about him in the re...
How about this? Two of the greatest art film makers face off.
I selected the 8 full length movies Tarkovsky did (The Steamroller and the Violin is 46 minutes long) and the 8 highest rated and most p...
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It was actually about 198 minutes, and of course, the highlight of the film was the conclusion where the B&W film turned to color, and while some intense 2001-type soundtrack was playing, we can see the actual icons which Rublev painted.