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  • By sirnathanu
    February 17, 2012
    02:20 PM

    I ordered the blu ray during your sale - cannot WAIT to see these images on blu!!
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  • By shakehurst
    February 17, 2012
    02:27 PM

    a feast for the eyes.
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  • By Marcus Hambright
    February 17, 2012
    02:43 PM

    One of my favorite movies in the Collection! So amazing.
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  • By Andrew Aldridge
    February 17, 2012
    05:03 PM

    Love this film, especially on Blu-Ray, but I'd REALLY love to have Stalker on Blu-Ray too! Fingers crossed!
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    • By Ahoyskin
      February 18, 2012
      12:44 PM

      Yes, indeed. In fact, every month as I wait for the announcement of new titles it is with the desperation that Stalker gets the Criterion Blu Ray treatment. Solaris is my favorite film in the collection.
    • By Chris D
      July 23, 2012
      06:10 PM

      My sentiments exactly. Ever since I saw a screening of a dirty print of Stalker in Berlin, I've been searching for a suitable copy.
  • By Jacob
    February 20, 2012
    05:06 PM

    I just received this blu-ray in the mail. I love the care Criterion put into the movie and the beautiful packaging. Like others said, I am holding out for Stalker on Blu-Ray, one of my favorite films of all time.
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  • By futurestar
    February 23, 2012
    12:49 AM

    flowing water is a constant is every Tarkovsky film and this one is his off course, experiment production that is both haunting, and vacuous. the constant reappearance of Hari is certainly unnerving, so often one might as well welcome her into this private universe as Kris rejects forward scientific progress and reverts to the only ground he feels safe, his own home isolated by the borders in the middle of no where. its a huge DO NOT DISTURB sign ever he has hung. Tarkovsky launches lots of lines of thought and reflection as projectiles and questions to figure your own answers. I like this film and it has outstanding moments but all his other films feel more personal and poignant as he heads closer toward his own personal health debilitating armageddon in subsequent cinematic moments. he is a vital and necessary artistic visual exponent of the 20th century who embraced compassion and love for the world around around him. his bend for substance in his use of classic art and music is proof the man was rooted in a renaissance of the eternal man. we are lucky he passed our way and a big thanks to Criterion for their excellent presentation on 3 of his 7 films. I would love an update of Andrei Rublev and their release of Stalker, Mirror, and Nostalghia.
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  • By cezil
    February 26, 2012
    09:18 PM

    It's hard to describe what this film is and give simple one line meaning to it. It's really one of those films that's about everything. Very hard to describe in words but Andrei Tarkovsky did a good job explaining it using film.
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  • By Robin
    September 23, 2012
    06:53 PM

    L'homme et le monde. L'image des algues agitées dans l'eau sombre restera à jamais gravée en moi. Elle est une raison suffisante pour voir ce film.
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  • By Dralthi
    January 15, 2013
    11:27 PM

    Stalker! If any film deserves a transfer, it is this one...
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  • By ZacharyR
    February 22, 2013
    12:10 PM

    Not just Stalker, Nostalghia too; and for that matter, The Mirror and The Sacrifice. All of Tarkovsky's films need to be in the collection.
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