USSR | 1966 | Andrei Tarkovsky
Tarkovsky’s long banned and bowdlerized masterpiece was inspired by the life of a great 15th-century Russian icon painter. This sweeping biography finds the artist and monk losing his will to speak and create after witnessing the barbaric horrors that infect his war-torn, feudal country. Can he regain his voice? 35mm scope print of the original, uncut version.
Subtitles. 205 min.
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