By Andrei Tarkovsky
Hailed via Ingmar Bergman as "the most vital director of our time," Andrey Tarkovsky right here unearths the unique inspirations for his impressive films.
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Tarkovsky, who died in exile in 1986, was once thought of via a few Western movie critics to be considered one of Russia's premier latter-day filmmakers. His image-rich nonlinear variety was once it appears little understood or favored in his personal kingdom and his motion pictures acquired bad distribution. Tarkovsky elaborates in a lot element on his thought of filmmaking, together with enhancing, tune, movie appearing, and what he calls "rhythm," which he considers the dominant issue. the interpretation seems to be very good, however the booklet may have benefited tremendously from an introductory essay atmosphere the director's aesthetics and profession in standpoint. an incredible addition for giant cinema collections. Roy Liebman, California nation Univ. Lib., Los Angeles
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For every single case cinema demands of both director and script-writer enormous knowledge; the author of a film has thus to have something in common with the psychologist-screen-writer, and also with the psychiatrist. For the plastic composition of a film depends largely, often critically, on the particular state of a character in particular circumstances. And the script-writer can, indeed must, bring to bear on the director his own knowledge of the whole truth about that inner state, even to the point of telling him how to build up the mise en scene.
Then I listened to the tape and thought how brilliantly it was 'written' and 'acted'. The logic of the characters' movements, the feeling, the energy—how tangible it all was. How euphonic the voices were, how beautiful the pauses! . No Stanislavsky could have found justification for those pauses, and Hemingway's stylistics seem pretentious and naive in comparison with the way thai casually recorded dialogue was constructed . . This is how I conceive an ideal piece of filming: the author takes millions of metres of film, on which systematically, second by second, day by day and year by year, a man's life, for instance, from birth to death, is followed and recorded, and out of all that come two and a half thousand metres, or an hour and a half of screen time.
Dusk is falling. The grandson walks over the field. Zoom in to close-up of the grandson, in profile; he suddenly notices something out of frame and stops. Pan in the direction of his gaze. Long shot of an angel standing at the edge of the darkening forest. Dusk is falling. Darkness descends as the focus blurs. The poem can be heard from about the beginning of the third shot up to the end of the fourth; between the bonfire and the falling feather. Almost at the moment when the poem finishes, perhaps a little earlier, can be heard the end of the finale of Haydn's 'Farewell Symphony', which comes to an end as darkness falls.