Stalker (Tarkovsky) Călăuza "Сталкер" 1979 Subtl (ENGLISH, RO, SP, FR, POB, IT, RU ...)
Tarkovsky's StalkerStalker Calauza Сталкер 1979
Regizor: Andrei Tarkovsky
Scenaristi: Andrei Tarkovsky, Boris Strugatsky, Arkadi Strugatsky
Genul: SF / Mister / Fantezie / Drama / Aventura
Durata: 163 minute
Distributie: Aleksandr Kajdanovsky (Stalker), Alisa Frejndlikh (Stalker's Wife),
Anatoli Solonitsyn (Writer), Nikolai Grinko (Scientist ), Natasha Abramova
(Martha, Stalker's daughter)
Dupa nuvela fratilor Strugatsky, "Picnic la marginea drumului". Toata actiunea se petrece intr-o tara cu regim dictatorial, cu supraveghere stricta si un aparat punitiv extrem de agil. Undeva a fost definita o zona interzisa care ar fi foarte periculoasa pentru sanatatea celor ce ar indrazni sa se apropie de ea. Dupa informatii rezervate doar celor initiati, ar exista acolo o camera a adevarului absolut.
Calauza e singura persoana care cunoaste drumul, oricum descris a fi deosebit de periculos. Pana la urma accepta, impotriva rezistentei sotiei, sa-i conduca pe cei amatori de senzatii tari. Film cu o derulare uneori lenta insa plina de simboluri, la prima vedere greu de digerat, dar care creeaza o imagine de ansamblu de o intensitate uneori insuportabila! Fluxul actiunii captiveaza facandu-ne prizonierii propriilor temeri, iar iesirea nu e decat una...
Calauza 1/6 RO Sub “Stalker” - Tarkovski (1979)
Stalker (Russian: Сталкер) is a 1979 science fiction film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, with a screenplay written by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky, loosely based on their novel Roadside Picnic. It depicts an expedition led by the Stalker (guide) to bring his two clients to a site known as the Zone, which has the supposed potential to fulfil a person's innermost desires.The title of the film, which is the same in Russian and English, is derived from the English word to stalk in the long-standing meaning of approaching furtively, much like a hunter. In the film a stalker is a professional guide to the zone, someone who crosses the border into the forbidden zone with a specific goal.
The central part of the film, in which the characters move around the Zone, was shot in a few days at two deserted hydro power plants on the Jägala river near Tallinn, Estonia. The shot before they enter the Zone is an old Flora chemical factory in the center of Tallinn, next to the old Rotermann salt storage and the electric plant—now a culture factory where a memorial plate of the film has been set up in 2008. Some shots from the Zone were filmed in Maardu, next to the Iru powerplant, while the shot with the gates to the Zone was filmed in Lasnamäe, next to Punane Street behind the Idakeskus. Some shots were filmed near the Tallinn-Narva highway bridge on the Pirita River.
Vladimir Sharun recalls: "We were shooting near Tallinn in the area around the small river Jägala with a half-functioning hydroelectric station. Up the river was a chemical plant and it poured out poisonous liquids downstream. There is even this shot in Stalker: snow falling in the summer and white foam floating down the river. In fact it was some horrible poison. Many women in our crew got allergic reactions on their faces. Tarkovsky died from cancer of the right bronchial tube. And Tolya Solonitsyn too. That it was all connected to the location shooting for Stalker became clear to me when Larisa Tarkovskaya died from the same illness in Paris."
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