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Nostalgia Review

Daunting, crushing, beautifully shot and a technical marvel, you couldn’t ask for any more than that from Andrei Tarkovsky. His meditation and contemplation throughout Nostalgia, his penultimate feature project, is just as poetic as the rest of his greatest hits. Falling into relative obscurity, but still well-known enough to not feel like finding a unique, beautiful experience hidden among the dreck of other filmmakers, Tarkovsky’s Nostalgia doesn’t feel like it receives nearly the same amount of fanfare as his other works. But that’s the real beauty of it, because although it’s nowhere close to the popularity levels of Solaris or Andrei Rublev, this 80s Tarkovsky film has just as much depth and even more depravity on display.

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