"A vast prose-poem on celluloid whose forms and ideas were to be borrowed by moviemakers like Lynch and Spielberg." - The Guardian

Part of the 5 by Andrei Tarkovsky series

Near a gray and unnamed city is the Zone, a place guarded by barbed wire and soldiers, and where the normal laws of physics are victim to frequent anomalies. A stalker guides two men into the Zone, specifically to an area in which deep-seated desires are granted.

“The film has a hypnotic pull, drawing the viewer deeper and deeper into its enigmatic adventure by crafting a world all its own. The pulsing, electronic score by composer Eduard Artemyev adds to the film’s unusual tone, at once languid and anxious.”
- Los Angeles Times

"Tarkovsky realizes the allegorical tale with an overwhelming density of visual detail..." - The New Yorker

"Stalker, a somber futuristic fantasy from the Soviet Union, attempts to build an apocalyptic vision out of the most impoverished materials imaginable." - New York Times


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