Anatoly SolonitsynAugust 30, 1934 — June 11, 1982

"As a rule I never know in advance what actors I shall use—with the one exception of Solonitsyn; he was in all my films, and I had an almost superstitious regard for him. The script of Nostalghia was written with him in mind, and it seems symbolic that the actor’s death as it were cut my life in two: the first part in Russia, the rest—all that has happened and will happen since I left Russia.” — Andrei Tarkovsky

Anatoly Solonitsyn
August 30, 1934 — June 11, 1982

"As a rule I never know in advance what actors I shall use—with the one exception of Solonitsyn; he was in all my films, and I had an almost superstitious regard for him. The script of Nostalghia was written with him in mind, and it seems symbolic that the actor’s death as it were cut my life in two: the first part in Russia, the rest—all that has happened and will happen since I left Russia.” — Andrei Tarkovsky

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