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A guide takes two men to the Zone to find a room that grants wishes.


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Considered one of the most influential and distinctive filmmakers in history, Andrei Tarkovsky is known for a filmography that evokes metaphysical themes and profound meditations on time, memory, faith, and melancholy, through images that seek to emphasize the passage of time, time and contemplation. Within this tradition, 'Stalker' is probably the most famous and least penetrable of a filmography that barely covered a dozen feature films. Through its characters (a writer and a scientist, guided by the titular "stalker"), the film becomes a profound meditation on human consciousness, its deepest desires and its contradictions between faith and knowledge. For those who wish to dive into his taciturn style of long shots and beautiful poetic images, this is certainly a potentially momentous experience.



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A guide leads two men through an area known as the Zone to find a room that grants wishes.

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