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Collected Screenplays (Faber and Faber Screenplays)

by Andrei Tarkovsky

Other authors: William Powell (Translator), Natasha Synessios (Translator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0571142664, Paperback)

Since his death in 1986, Andrei Tarkovsky has become increasingly recognized as one of the great masters of world cinema. In his films, "Solaris", "Mirror", "Stalker" and "The Sacrifice", Tarkovsky defined a new way of looking at the world. His non-realistic, highly-charged images are a continuing source of inspiration - not only for a new generation of film-makers, but also for poets, musicians and painters. This volume collects his great works for the first time in one volume, as well as three of his unproduced screenplays. This material provides a unique glimpse into the way Tarkovsky's vision evolved from the printed text to its final form on celluloid. The book also contains an extended essay by film critic and historian Ian Christie, who places Tarkovsky's work in the context of Soviet film-making practice.

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