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The cinema of Tarkovsky : labyrinths of space and time

Author: Nariman Skakov
Publisher: London : I.B. Tauris, 2012.
Series: KINO, the Russian cinema series.
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The phenomenon of time was a central preoccupation of Tarkovsky throughout his career. His films present visions of time by temporal means - that is, in time. Tarkovsky does not represent time through coherent argument, Nariman Skakov proposes, rather he presents it and the viewer experiences the argument. This book explores the phenomenon of spatio-temporal lapse in Tarkovsky's cinema - from Ivan's Childhood (1962)  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Skakov, Nariman.
Cinema of Tarkovsky : Labyrinths of Space and Time.
London : I.B. Tauris, ©2012
Named Person: Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ; Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nariman Skakov
ISBN: 9780857721198 0857721194
OCLC Number: 796383074
Description: 1 online resource (274 pages).
Contents: List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Note on Transliteration; ON SPACE(S) AND TIME(S); 1. DREAMS OF IVAN'S CHILDHOOD; 2. VISIONS OF ANDREI RUBLEV; 3. PHANTASIES OF SOLARIS; 4. MEMORIES OF MIRROR; 5. REVELATIONS OF STALKER; 6. RECOLLECTIONS OF NOSTALGHIA; 7. ILLUSIONS OF SACRIFICE; POSTSCRIPT; NOTES; FILMOGRAPHY AND CREDITS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX.
Series Title: KINO, the Russian cinema series.
Responsibility: Nariman Skakov.

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The phenomenon of time was a central preoccupation of Tarkovsky throughout his career. His films present visions of time by temporal means - that is, in time. Tarkovsky does not represent time through coherent argument, Nariman Skakov proposes, rather he presents it and the viewer experiences the argument. This book explores the phenomenon of spatio-temporal lapse in Tarkovsky's cinema - from Ivan's Childhood (1962) to Sacrifice (1986). Dreams, visions, mirages, memories, revelations, reveries and delusions are phenomena which present alternative spatio-temporal patterns; they disrupt the line.

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