Solaris

Solaris
Solaris

Year

1972

Duration

166 minutes

Genres

Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

German / Russian (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

There are few space films like Solaris - but maybe Solaris isn't really about space at all. On the face of it, it's the story of a psychologist who journeys to a remote space station to investigate mysterious events that have been troubling the crew. But soon, he too succumbs to the same kind of hallucinations that the crew members have told him about - in a place where the lines between memory and the present moment seem to have been all but erased, and where it is impossible to tell what is real and what is just an illusion. This Russian film is often talked about as a "companion piece" to 2001: A Space Odyssey, and is an unforgettable experience.

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12 Classification

Moderate injury detail, suicide references.

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