Andrei Tarkovsky is a Russian filmmaker born in 1932 and deceased in 1986 in France at 54. Despite the censorship he suffered in his native country, he made seven feature films that are among the masterpieces of 20th century cinema. The book, “Schriften, Filme, Stills” (“Texts, Movies, Photographs”) published by Schirmer/Mosel is an homage to the filmmaker produced with his son, Andrei Tarkovsky (Jr.). It combines texts, cinema images, documentary and personal photographs.
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