Film Screening - The Mirror
Andrei Tarkovsky, Soviet Union, 1974, 104 minutes. The Russian filmmaker’s most personal and opaque film is mostly about the fluidity of memory and identity, recalling a childhood and adolescence under the excesses of Stalinism. Acclaimed by British author Will Self as “the most beautiful film ever made”, The Mirror is dense, fascinating, and ultimately utterly illuminating.
Movies & Film
MacAloney room (room 406, 4th floor, Arts Centre)