Stalker DVD

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Deep within the Zone, a bleak and devastated forbidden landscape, lies a mysterious room with the power to grant the deepest wishes of those strong enough to make the hazardous journey there. Desperate to reach it, a scientist and a writer approach the Stalker, one of the few able to navigate the Zone's menacing terrain, and begin a dangerous trek into the unknown. Adapted from Arkady & Boris Sturgatsky's novel ┬śRoadside Picnic', Andrei Tarkovsky's second foray into science fiction after Solaris is a surreal and disturbing vision of the future. Hauntingly exploring... man's dreams and desires as well as the consequences of realising them, Stalker has been described as one of the greatest sci-fi films of all time [show more]

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Released
22 August 2016
Directors
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
Curzon Artificial Eye 
Classification
Runtime
155 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5021866793306 
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Andrei Tarkovsky directs this Russian sci-fi drama about two men who are led to their innermost dreams in a strange place once inhabited by aliens. A Stalker (Aleksandr Kaidanovsky) leads writer Pisatel (Anatoli Solonitsyn) and a Professor (Nikolai Grinko) through an industrial wasteland called the Zone, in search of a room where truth is contained and wishes are said to be granted to anyone who enters. As the area has been sealed off by the government, the pair put their faith in the Stalker as he navigates his way through the Zone and along the way they each discuss their reasons for visiting the room.

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