Russia | 1962 | Andrei Tarkovsky
Tarkvosky’s first feature, one of the most beautiful and lyrical Soviet movies of the sixties, blends realism, expressionism, and surrealism. Set during WWII, the film tells of a 12-year-old Russian boy who becomes a spy for the partisans after his family is wiped out by the Germans. Subtitles.
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