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Directed By Andrei Tarkovsky [Documentary, 1988]

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Published on Aug 15, 2012

During the shooting of Andrei Tarkovsky's last film Offret, cameraman Arne Carlsson taped around 50 hours of behind the scenes footage. Editor Michal Leszczylowski took the material and added scenes of previous interviews and interesting statements from the script of Offret and from Tarkovsky's book 'Sculpting in Time'. The result is a documentary that shows the way Tarkovksy worked: carefully building each scene. Shows why he did the things he did: his vision on film. And shows the emotion of the man Tarkovsky: his great disappointment when the camera breaks while shooting the house going up in flames.
Written by Arnoud Tiele (zelva@tiele.nl)

Director: Michal Leszczylowski
Writer: Michal Leszczylowski
Music credits: "Theo Altmeyer/Franz Crass/Teresa Zylis-Gara/Julia Hamari/Nicolai Gedda/Hermann Prey/Hans Sotin/Süddeutscher Madrigalchor/Consortium Musicum/Wolfgang Gönnenwein-Matthäus-Passion BWV 244 · Oratorium in 2 Teilen, 2.Teil: Nr.47 Arie: Erbarme Dich, Mein Gott (Alt - Solo-Violine & Orchester I)" by EMI

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    • "Matthäus-Passion BWV 244 · Oratorium in 2 Teilen, 2.Teil: Nr.47 Arie: Erbarme Dich, Mein Gott (Alt - Solo-Violine & Orchester I)" by Teresa Zylis-Gara, Suddeutscher Madrigalchor, Hans Sotin, Hermann Prey, Julia Hamari, Wolfgang Gönnenwein, Nicolai Gedda, Franz Crass, Consortium Musicum, Theo Altmeyer and Consortium Musicum, Hermann Prey, Wolfgang Gönnenwein, Nicolai Gedda, Hans Sotin, Teresa Zylis-Gara, Julia Hamari, Franz Crass, Suddeutscher Madrigalchor, Theo Altmeyer (Google PlayAmazonMP3iTunes)
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