Andrei Tarkovsky – Poetic Harmony | CRISWELL | Cinema Cartography Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation SIEGE OF TERRA AUTHOR INTERVIEWS: MY THOUGHTS – Warhammer 40kHorizon Zero Dawn wins the 2018 Writers Guild Award for Videogame Writing 25 thoughts on “Andrei Tarkovsky – Poetic Harmony | CRISWELL | Cinema Cartography” whats the name of the music in the background , please? Reply Thank you! Reply That house wasnt rigged to exact time or anything…the camera roll was finished and the house was still burning…. Reply At 4:52 What is the movie, please? Reply thanks!!! Reply In these cases, its perfectly alright to cry over spilled milk Reply A mix of gorgeousness and gorgeosity. Reply Does this video spoil the movies mentioned? Need to know before-hand Reply Does anyone know where to watch or where to get original Tarkovsky movies with English/German subtitles?? Reply Tarkovsky behind Kubrick are my favorite Directors each for a different reason Kubrick for his unapologetic views of humanity and how we dehumanize each other barely any hope but Andrei Tarkovsky had a more poetic look at humanity Reply Bravo! Cogent and insightful. Reply I love your voice. I NEED to watch more of Tarkovsky. Reply I like what this video says about Tarkovsky's use of textures and long takes. But I disagree that he is a "narrative nihilist". His narratives are intuitively constructed, true. But they're not without meaning. He, like Lynch, was understandably cagey about there being single "correct" readings of his films — that's a wise position for an artist to take. But you can pretty clearly discern meanings which line up with Tarkovsky's stated philosophical concerns. For example, the opening scene of Andrei Rublev is very consistent with the rest of the film's focus on the lonely creative and spiritual struggle of the artist (a frequent theme in his films). Reply LongLive.Pls direct movies already. Reply Would be interesting to see what your take is on how he alters TIME through visual footage Reply Really appreciate you dissecting these films by Tarkovsky…there's a lot of people only dissecting mainstream films and it's so predictable and boring. It's really great you are doing this! Reply 🏃♀️Es hermoso!!!!👧👧👱♀️👱♀️👱♂️👱♂️🙆♀️💁♂️🙎♀️🙍♀️🙋♀️🙋♀️👫👬👭 Reply 🏃♀️Genio !!!👫👬🤦♂️🙋♀️🙋♂️🏃♂️👱♀️👱♂️🙆♂️🙆♀️👍🤝🤝🙌❤💛🖤 Reply SLAVOJ ZIZEK?!?! HUH Reply drained Reply terrific video. congratulations Reply When you can hear the rain, you know it's a Tarkovsky film. Reply Tarkovsky is not overrated but he is definitely overpraised and overhyped. Unsurprisingly, nobody's talking about his conflicts with operators, conflicts with screen writers, nobody even tries to mention acting or unjustifiedly big budgets. Who cares, it's just ancient foreign cinematography – it's rather permanently genius or unknowable due to language barriers. Keep pretending that subtext doesn't exist. Reply Kurosawa always brings texture to his shots too, using environment like in a haiku. Reply It’s absolutely amazing Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.