Mirror

Moskovskai︠a︡ kinostudii︠a︡ "Mosfilʹm"

DVD - 2021

In a richly textured collage of varying film stocks and newsreel footage, the recollections of a dying poet flash before the eyes, his dreams mingling with scenes of childhood, wartime, and marriage, all imbued with the mystical power of a trance. Largely dismissed by Soviet critics on its release because of its elusive narrative structure, Mirror has since taken its place as one of the director's most renowned and influential works, a stunning personal statement from an artist transmitting... his innermost thoughts and feelings directly from psyche to screen.

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Series
Criterion collection ; 1084.
Subjects
Genres
Feature films
Fiction films
Published
[Irvington, NY] : The Criterion Collection [2021]
Edition
Two-DVD special edition ; DVD edition
Language
Russian
Item Description
Title from container.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1975.
Full screen (1.37:1).
Special features: Andrei Tarkovsky: A cinema prayer, a 2019 documentary; The dream in the mirror, a new documentary; new interview with composer Eduard Aretemyev; Islands: Georgy Rerberg, a 2007 documentary; archival interviews; essay by Carmen Gray.
Physical Description
2 videodiscs (106 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in
Format
DVD, NTSC, region 1; full screen (1.37:1); mono.
Production Credits
Music, Eduard Artemyev ; cinematography, Georgi Rerberg ; editor, Lyudmila Feyginova
ISBN
9781681438504
168143850X
Corporate Author
Moskovskai︠a︡ kinostudii︠a︡ "Mosfilʹm" (production company)
Other Authors
Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ, 1932-1986 (film director), A. (Aleksandr) Misharin (screenwriter), Ėrik Vaĭsberg (film producer), Margarita Terekhova, 1942- (actor), I. Danilʹt︠s︡ev, Filipp I︠A︡nkovskiĭ, 1968-, Oleg I︠A︡nkovskiĭ, 1944-2009, Larissa Tarkovski
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Stark dreams and images show shards of a life, from boy to man, in World War II-era Russia.