ANDREI TARKOVSKY Shot By Shot | Solaris
by Antonios Papantoniou
In this video essay, Antonios Papantoniou presents a shot by shot break down of four scenes from Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972), outlining the specific shot types as well as camera angles and movement Tarkovsky employs in each scene to create a poetic universe in which every detail matters.
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