What do Russians think about THIS movie?
what do russians think about this guy?
imo he's easily one of the greatest filmmakers alive at the moment
I've only seen Leviathan by him, and it was definitely amazing. Probably my favorite film of that year.
What else by him would you recommend? Also have you seen this, anon?
I only watched it for the photography to be honest.
Posting some GOAT Russian films.
It has classic commie propaganda: the faceless, hard working proletariat and the fascist, individualistic Germans (see the barn burning scene).
Still, its nice to see some Belarussian countryside, virsuja and jalkarättejä and indeed, very psychological and even surreal film elements.
One guy even wears kirza boots, with sole model that was introtruced in the 60's (the tractor tyre style, which is still present in kirza boots made in Russian federation).
Good as it is, but horrendous as book adaptation.
Like if somebody would try to film Herbert's Dune by setting events in present day's Saudi Arabia.
Like Clockwork Orange's adaptation but up to eleven.
But like Kubrick, Tarkovsky was genious, so no one cares much, myself including.
Too pretentious imo, he's films are rather shallow. Guy barely understands the world and the people around him.
Kurosawa was good. Shame cartoons were not a thing back in his time, could be a head of great studion.
What do Russians think about this movie?
Is this guy widely accepted as the greatest russian writer of all time? Or are russians Tolstoyaboos?
I don't hate my country, but I'm disappointed that any person I've know IRL have no intentions to read any literature at all. Except, maybe, Darya Dontsova's '''''''''''''''literature''''''''''''''''.
>tfw no one with whom to discuss Dost
this board is fucking shit.
The only good threads are banter threads, and anything informative or interesting becomes infested with /pol/tards.
If you have nothing to contribute why post in this thread? why participate? to be heard? to exchange memes?
fuck this place