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  1. leonordbatista's rating of the film Solaris

    ainda n consigo por por escrito

  2. Arsallan's rating of the film Solaris

    Solaris, a response to 2001 A Space Odyssey, happens to be one of Tarkovsky's weaker films, it's still a great piece of cinema as Tarkovsky's budding style is consistently visible throughout this film. Although Tarkovsky chooses to focus on the relationship between the characters as opposed to the relationship with planet, however, he still brings in existentialism by questioning what it means to be human.

  3. ceknklsn's rating of the film Solaris

    72/100 (Bu puanların çok fazla olduğunu düşünüyorum artık. Hemde üçüncü izlememde. Filme haksızlık olmasın diye bu kadar uğraştım. Ne olursa olsun doğrusu buydu. Felsefesini tam olarak kavradım. Ancak bana göre Tarkovsky'nin en mantıksız filmi olmuş. Stalker ve Nosthalgia anlam olarak sıkıntılı iken bu filmi mantık olarak yetersiz görüyorum. Ayrıca anlam olarak da asla bir Zerkalo kadar önemli değil. Devamı yorum...)

  4. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film Solaris

    Countless moments of soul-piercing craftsmanship, with a combination of sumptuous visuals and hypnotic movement set to the tune of a soundtrack that flows right out of the ever-surrounding ether of creation. The ending in particular, felt like Tarkovsky was ripping off my brain and dissecting my heart with his camera. Like I said, it's soul-piercing.

  5. Adam Metwally's rating of the film Solaris

    I was embarrassed watching this film. Feels like a testing ground for Tarkovsky's later masterpiece Stalker (1979), from the weirdly unmotivated color-to-B&W transitions to the drawn out Tokyo Highway shots right before teleporting us to space. It is by far the worst film Tarkovsky ever made. I'm so glad he never worked again with cinematographer Vadim Yusov. Horrible silly zooms.

  6. Eriugena82's rating of the film Solaris

    Spiritual science fiction...completely critical of modern science (or rather's man's obsession with it as a replacement for spirituality), and pessimistic about the prospects of ever discovering anything in the cosmos which is either useful or comprehensible to man's inner nature. Tarkovsky would take Pieter Bruegel over Neil Armstrong any day.

  7. SpacePirate's rating of the film Solaris

    Some unforgettable sequences and a fantastic ending, make this possibly Tarkovsky's best, or at least, most loved film. A super immersive film, that is so mental, it almost doesnt need the space element. Its superfluous to the story. Still, amazing high art here. 5 stars

  8. diiiiogorocha's rating of the film Solaris

    A movie about the past, about the present, about regret, about love, about nostalgia. Tarkovsky picks every theme just mentioned and beautifully turns them into visual poetry. My favorite Tarkovsky movie so far, and one of the best movies I've ever seen.

  9. Ximena Rubio's rating of the film Solaris

    Cuando yo duermo,no conozco el miedo, ni las esperanzas,ni los problemas ni la dicha..

  10. sabrina's rating of the film Solaris

    This is probably one of Tarkovsky's most approachable films, but it was still able to maintain the bleakness that characterizes most of his work. Whether or not it was intended, the film's radiation-fed immortal dream world and conclusion certainly feels like a well-played one up to American sci-fi of the era.

  11. Malt Frisky's rating of the film Solaris

    There's a tone of limbo throughout Solaris. Someone who can't let go of something and move on and ends up causing him to lose their grip on reality and sanity, the ending for me confirmed my own interpretation but each to their own. I saw a video comparing it to Silent Hill 2 and with a lot of images of fog, lakes, death and psychologically troubled characters it's easy to start seeing those connections meet up.

  12. Tom Cottey's rating of the film Solaris

  13. Joao Domingues's rating of the film Solaris

    Recently I've been reading about Jeff Hawkins' Hierarchical Temporal Memory theory, which if my philosophy 101 knowledge does not fail me, I think can be seen in part as a sort of neoplatonism. Spirituality bothers me though, the whole forms things... utterly uncomfortable. So, an explanation grounded on data and hard science always pleases me. (the tangent continues in the comments)

  14. Prithwi's rating of the film Solaris

    I have to consider it after it’s second viewing a top work in cinema

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  16. Dharmos Valkata's rating of the film Solaris

    Labai gailėjausi jog žiūrėjau iš kart po Knygos.

  17. Kwemo's rating of the film Solaris

    An interesting premise and executed fairly well but lets the poetry and the pacing get in the way. Yes this is Tarkovsky but a lot of it feels like fluff which is very rare in his films.

  18. Brooke Naomi's rating of the film Solaris

  19. Bruna de Moura's rating of the film Solaris

  20. sofiazelaya's rating of the film Solaris

    es muy tediosa pero hubo un par de escenas enfermas de buenas que hicieron que este parto valiera la pena

  21. William R Clark's rating of the film Solaris

    4.5, if you can believe it, Tarkovsky's least favorite Tarkovsky. It a achieves a kind of (which is to say, completely unique, but resoundingly universal) cosmic psychology. Lem's novel was almost exactly the opposite from AT's , who unfolds some of the most trite existentialist questions with this profound pathos, in that it's about suffering and also that parts of it are really so beautiful it hurts to look.

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  23. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film Solaris

    3-4. Man goes out into space to transcend himself, and winds up being brought back in contact with himself via an alien life-form, who encapsulates a number of different self-reflective metaphors, not the least of which being a mirror. It's slow to get-going, but packs a wallop if you're down for an artful, restrained, super long episode of Star Trek, sans camp. Kudos, Tarkovsky, on tapping semiotics intentionally.

  24. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Solaris

    I love this slow-moving dreamy science fiction filled with symbolic imagery and a beautiful Natalya Bondarchuk. Hypnotic in style and with interesting philosophical questions. It demands your patience. Especially an overlong scene through the road tunnels of Japan (very futuristic for Communist Russia at the time) almost kill the flow of the film.

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