Andrei Rublev

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Elijah

Not the easiest watch but definitely rewarding. An expansive exploration of art/artistic life.

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Zachary

Greatest film of all time. A stunning exploration into the links connecting suffering, art, and God. Tarkovksy not only offers a deep meditation on the human condition, but a distillation of his beliefs and philosophy on the purpose and nature of art. Just watch it!

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Parixit

So True!!!!

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