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Andrei Rublev Review

Responsible for some of the greats, Andrei Tarkovsky can do no wrong with his beautifully crafted films. Solaris and Stalker were incredible endeavours into psychological stability and science fiction. They were explorations of the deep unconscious, incredible musings on morality and mortality. Mirror was much the same, albeit in a more caricature, segmented approach with a looser connection and an easy-flowing narrative. I could drone on and on about the various levels of love I have for all of these films, but I was eagerly awaiting a viewing of Andrei Rublev, a film to be considered as a more grounded work, as he looks to put the life of this titular painter to film.

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