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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who played the title role in the film, Stalker?
(a) Kenji Mizoguchi.
(b) Effendi Kapiyev.
(c) Alexander Blok.
(d) Alexander Kaidanovsky.

2. Tarkovsky claims in Chapter V that if he could go back, he would cut out the scene from Mirror with the what?
(a) Little boy.
(b) River.
(c) Cock.
(d) Mother.

3. Who played the role of Adelaide in The Sacrifice?
(a) Susan Fleetwood.
(b) Effendi Kapiyev.
(c) Anatoliy Solonitsyn.
(d) Sarah Moorewood.

4. What is the title of Chapter VIII?
(a) The Sacrifice.
(b) After Nostalgia.
(c) The Mirror.
(d) Stalker.

5. Tarkovsky claims in Chapter VI that the yardsticks by which art is distinguished from non-art are what?
(a) Not long.
(b) Not short.
(c) Impossible to demonstrate.
(d) Invisible.

6. Of which French film director does Tarkovsky write of his admiration for concentration?
(a) Cousteau.
(b) Bruneil.
(c) Bergman.
(d) Bresson.

7. What does Tarkovsky claim to do about a film once he has completed working on it?
(a) Re-edits it.
(b) Stops thinking about it.
(c) Never sees it.
(d) Dwells on it.

8. Whose dictum states: "in every sense, art is made for you, the people"?
(a) Heerkomer's.
(b) Eisenstein's.
(c) Tolstoy's.
(d) Marx's.

9. Who wrote the novel, The Magic Mountain?
(a) Alexander Mann.
(b) Ernest Hemingway.
(c) William Faulkner.
(d) Thomas Mann.

10. What is the title of Chapter V?
(a) The Sacrifice.
(b) The Film Image.
(c) After Nostalgia.
(d) Ivan's Childhood.

11. What German philosopher, political economist, historian, political theorist, sociologist, and communist revolutionary does Tarkovsky cite in Chapter V?
(a) Eisenstein.
(b) Marx.
(c) Stalin.
(d) Lenin.

12. In order to be what, does Tarkovsky write, "you simply have to be so, without asking permission of anybody"?
(a) Assertive.
(b) True.
(c) Free.
(d) Creative.

13. What is the title of Chapter VII?
(a) The Author in Search of an Audience.
(b) The Artist's Responsibility.
(c) After Nostalgia.
(d) The Beginning.

14. Who is quoted as having said, "'Life is more fantastic than any fiction" in Chapter V?
(a) Tolstoy.
(b) Dostoyevsky.
(c) Hemingway.
(d) Marx.

15. Who played the role of Alexander in The Sacrifice?
(a) Anatoliy Solonitsyn.
(b) Erland Josephson.
(c) Effendi Kapiyev.
(d) Vyacheslav Ivanov.

Short Answer Questions

1. In Chapter VII, Tarkovsky writes that "the director's power is such that it can create the illusion for him of being a kind of" what?

2. What is a critical term used for a specific trend of nineteenth-century European literature and associated principally with the name of Zola?

3. Who had played the lead in all of Tarkovsky's films prior to The Sacrifice?

4. When was the film, Mirror, released?

5. Who wrote, The Death of Ivan Ilych?

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