Sculpting in Time: Reflections on the Cinema Character Descriptions

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The Artist

This figure, as embodied in the film director, translates his unique vision of the world and his individuality onto the cinema screen.

Modern Man

According to Tarkovsky, this figure has lost a sense of spirituality and has forsaken individual responsibility.

Anatoliy Solonitsyn

This Russian actor was the chief actor that Tarkovsky used in almost all of his films.

Luis Bunuel

Tarkovsky greatly admires this Spanish filmmaker for his poetic consciousness.

Leonardo Da Vinci

This Renaissance painter created A Young Lady With a Juniper.

Leo Tolstoy

This famous Russian novelist is repeatedly referred to by Tarkovsky as an artist he greatly admires.

Andrey Rublyov

This was a famous Russian painter of the fifteenth century whose life was depicted in a 1966 Tarkovsky film.

Sergei Eisenstein

This Russian filmmaker of the 1920s and 1930s, who wrote extensively on film theory, subscribed to the montage philosophy of cinema.

Donatas Banionis

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