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I admit that I was not properly prepared when I first watched "The Mirror" (or "Mirror" or "The Looking Glass" or whatever it's really supposed to be... Read morePublished on April 13 2004 by dm
One of the most moving and beautiful films I've ever seen. Contrary to what I'd expected, I found it pretty easy to follow. Sensual AND spiritual. Imaginative AND realistic. Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2004 by Draftsman
Be sure to read Vlad's review of the shoddy quality of this DVD. As a non-Russian speaker, I am essentially spared the awful knowledge of just what has been done to this... Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2003 by Snow Leopard
This is NOT the best film by Andrei Tarkovsky . The best ones was :
3. Andrei Rublev
This one was one of the earliest . Read more
The Mirror is one of the most accessible Tarkovsky's films. I can recommend viewers to start with this film before progressing to other Tarkovsky's oeuvre. Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2002 by "shusd"
Subtitles are "glued" to the screen, there is no possible way to turn them off, this idiocy spoils the greatnes of the visual sequence...Published on April 5 2002
First of all. I love Tarkovskij's movies (most of them) but this one is really something different. The film has not been panned and scanned it was shot in full frame ratio which... Read morePublished on March 4 2002 by Amazon Customer
The Mirror is an interesting and different movie.
Billed as an intensely personal tale of growing up in Russia in WWII -- it is this -- but this is not what makes the movie... Read more