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Russia film school 1966 color 205 min.
Director: Andrei Tarkovsky
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2 discs, catalog # CC1374L

Set against the historic background of medieval Russia -the autocratic government, the invading Tatars, the dogmatic church -Andrei Rublev is the story of a talented painter who struggles to find hope in the midst of horrifying brutality. Banned in the U.S.S.R. because of its subversive parallels to modern Soviet life, Andrei Rublev was released abroad and won the International Critics' Prize at Cannes.

The Criterion Collection presents Andrei Rublev in its uncut 205-minute running time-the first time the 1966 film has been seen the way director Andrei Tarkovsky intended. The supplement includes a one-hour guide to the film and Tarkovsky's career by noted Harvard University film professor Vlada Petric, and new, accurate electronic subtitles.

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