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Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies

Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies

Dec. 16, 1966205 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Andreiv Rublev charts the life of the great icon painter through a turbulent period of 15th Century Russian history, a period marked by endless fighting between rival Princes and by Tatar invasions.
Plot: An expansive Russian drama, this film focuses on the life of revered religious icon painter Andrei Rublev. Drifting from place to place in a tumultuous era, the peace-seeking monk eventually gains a reputation for his art. But after Rublev witnesses a brutal battle and unintentionally becomes involved, he takes a vow of silence and spends time away from his work. As he begins to ease his troubled soul, he takes steps towards becoming a painter once again.
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Demanding but highly rewarding
Andrei Rublev (1969)****

After the successful debut with Ivan’s Childhood (1962) very talented Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky decided to shot a picture about the XV Century famous icon painter.

This is not a typical biography film since there are little facts about Rublev. Instead, Tarkovsky used this historic figure to tell some universal truths about mankind in general and Russians in particular.

However, he made a masterpiece. This is very demanding movie that requires multiple viewings to fully grasp its amazing content enriched by extraordinary shots. It’s like reading a heavy Dostoyevsky novel – sometimes you must repeat some parts. But, if you are open-minded and concentrated the whole way through you’ll be richly rewarded with some brilliantly clever, revealing and meaningful content about human vanity, responsibility and spirituality. Tarkovsky’s skill is tremendous, pace is deliberate (in good sense), photography and sounds are breathtaking and acting is superb. You won’t find entertainment in this one unless entertainment is profound meditation on human nature. So, if your favorite movie is something like Harry Potter… don’t bother with this one.

Review By: Alexandar Rating: 9 Date: 2006-03-01
The forces shaping an artist
“Rus, dear Rus. She can bear everything. Everything. How long will it be like that?”

It’s a little astonishing to me that in 1966, at the height of the cold war, space race, and the worldwide hippie movement, Andrei Tarkovsky chose to make a film about a 15th century religious icon painter, even one who is well known and highly regarded in Russia. However, I think it’s pretty clear he uses it to reference themes in the present – suppression and violence by those in power, the striving for authenticity in a world of pettiness and cruelty, and only art transcending an existence that is nasty, brutish, and short. True geniuses, those who wish to rise above the masses mired in mud and ignorance, are like that balloon attempt in the prologue, and the film seems to speak to artists and creative freedom in any time. Along with the film’s religious content, it’s no wonder this film was banned in the Soviet Union for five years.

This is a film that seems to be more about the life and times of Andrei Rublev than it does about the man or his artwork itself, because we see so very little of it. There is a level of indirection here though, and one of the points of the film is to show the influences on the artist and the world surrounding him, so that when seeing or recalling his work, you get a deeper appreciation given the context in which it was made. It thus immerses us into the early 15th century, showing us things like the horsemanship of the Tatars, a witch’s Sabbath, and a great deal of senseless violence, including slaughter, rape, and the most brutal of tortures. I think it was very successful in doing that, but I found it was not a place I particularly wanted to be for three hours, even if it also gives us lots of lovely details, including the wide open vistas, forests, and the early town of Vladimir. Be forewarned too, that in one scene a horse was intentionally killed during filming, something that was completely unnecessary and Tarkovsky should have been ashamed of himself, regardless of how great a director he was.

The film also immerses us into the religion of the day, and as honest as that was to the time period, the concepts of striving for less knowledge and women subordinating themselves to men were not all that interesting or enlightened to me. I loved the scene of the boy digging a pit and trying to pull up a very long tree root, then looking over to the tree it comes from, and Tarkovsky first panning up to show it towering majestically over him, and then giving us a tree’s-eye view, looking down on the little humans, as if ants, digging in the dirt below. There is a sense of wonder there, and in him having Rublev question things like painting the Day of Judgement because he doesn’t want to frighten people away, but there wasn’t enough real introspection, even if, again, it was accurate.

Medieval religious art is not very interesting to me, but the greatest exceptions I have ever seen to this are in the Tretyakov in Moscow, Rublev’s work included, so I do wish more of that, and his techniques, had been shown. There is very brief glimpse at an icon at the 75 minute point, and then nothing until the very end, when we see beautiful close ups to haunting, ethereal music. There is something lovely to this part, and the images resonate especially as we’ve just seen three hours of the barbaric world the man was living in (side note, gee, what will our own look like to people 600 years from now, if we’re still around?). Still though, I would have preferred more, and interspersed throughout the film.

Final quote: “The praise you today and vilify tomorrow. The next day they’ll forget why they praised you. They’ll forget you and me – everything. Everything is vanity and decay. All follies and vile deeds were committed in the past and men are only repeating them now. If Jesus came again, they would crucify him again.”

Review By: gbill-74877 Rating: 7 Date: 2020-08-05

Other Information:

Original Title Андрей Рублёв
Release Date 1966-12-16
Release Year 1966

Original Language ru
Runtime 2 hr 45 min (165 min) (re-edited) (Soviet Union), 3 hr 6 min (186 min) (re-edited) (Soviet Union), 3 hr 3 min (183 min) (2004 re-release) (UK), 3 hr 25 min (205 min) (original length), 2 hr 25 min (145 min) (UK) (UK), 3 hr 3 min (183 min) (Blu-ray) (Russia)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Biography, Drama, History
Director Andrei Tarkovsky
Writer Andrey Konchalovskiy, Andrei Tarkovsky
Actors Anatoliy Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolay Grinko
Country Soviet Union
Awards 5 wins & 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Konvas Cameras (hand-held shots), Rodina Cameras (tripod shots)
Laboratory Mosfilm, Moscow, Soviet Union (color)
Film Length 5,045 m (Sweden, cut version), 5,179 m (Sweden, uncut version), 5,025 m (cut version), 5,075 m (third cut with even less violence), 5,250 m (second cut with less violence), 5,642 m (director’s cut)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Sovscope (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format Digital (Digital Cinema Package DCP), 35 mm

Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Andrei Rublev 1966 123movies
Original title Андрей Рублёв
TMDb Rating 8.2 513 votes

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