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A film of aesthetic and emotional beauty thats extremely formal in structure and style.Its not Oceans 11 in space, but it does offer rich rewards for those willing to endure the slow, thoughtful pace.His is a ponderous piece of art cinema, much beloved by film masochists for whom no work can be too slow, no detail too painstaking.This critically obsessive audience isn’t exactly going to warm to the idea of someone who used to be an incurable Casanova in a TV hospital soap soiling their original, much-loved masterpiece. And so, quite correctly, he just went out and made the movie he wanted to make.This platform enables those in the UK and Worldwide with CENSORED Internet connections to BYPASS these filters by using our uncensored proxies.
This platform does NOT host any content itself, we are a GATE between the censored users and the original websites we proxy.Sensing box office disaster, 20th Century Fox decided to mis-sell the movie as a sci-fi love story. Solaris also comes burdened with another weight of expectation, albeit from an entirely different direction.The crowds came but, understandably, left angry and confused. Based on a novel by Stanislaw Lem, an earlier version was made in 1972 by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky.The film by Tarkovsky is not only a science fiction film but also a philosophical and poetical narrative. All awards are based on the overall merit of the entry. Finalists will be notified a month before if their entry will be screened at the Solaris Film Festival and considered with the other finalists for the top awards. All copyright issues should be resolved by the film authors.We are looking for the most profound and original films and prefer to see films made primarily for aesthetic and philosophical reasons rather than political purposes or commercial profit. Filmmakers and screenwriters retain 100% all of the rights to their projects and materials that they submit to the Solaris Film Festival.We’ve never asked our readers for financial support before, and we’re committed to keeping our content free and accessible—meaning no paywalls or subscription fees.