Drama • NR • 1975 • 1 hr 47 min
There is no plot (that I can discern), just sequences that somehow impart deep feelings. It is like the richest, most brilliant dream.
A surreal, stream-of-consciousness masterpiece by the Soviet Film GOAT, Mirror is a film experience like no other. Utterly stunning.
I don't know how to explain it besides there's really nothing else quite like it. The visual story is told so much better than words could.
It’s gorgeous; a non linear recollection of the director’s life in three phases. Don’t analyze, simply experience this masterpiece.
A challenge to watch, often confusing, definitely requires all your attention & more yet manages to slip inside your mind, evoquing emotions
Andrei Tarkovsky is an artist, who’s art is on par with Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
A poem of a man’s life flashing before his eyes put into film. Breathtaking and intensely interesting
The visuals of this film will be etched into your memory for life. A masterpiece.
Beautiful, slow moving, and endlessly open for interpretation. Easily some of the best camera shots ever captured on film
If there has ever been a more beautiful piece of art available on a screen, I'm yet to see it. Painfully perfect in every way.
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