Andrei Tarkovsky’s magisterial historical epic receives a definitive reissue from Criterion, boasting near-perfect A/V quality and a trove of extras.
It evinces a complex understanding of spirituality and faith that would inform all of Tarkovsky’s subsequent films.
Kino Lorber has delivered a set that admirably preserves the delicate effects of Andrei Tarkovsky’s seventh and final film.
Andrei Tarkovsky’s transfixing spiritual thriller receives the most revelatory A/V upgrade of the year.
Andrei Tarkovsky’s pacing is less moved by narrative detail than thematic and metaphorical suggestion.
An intimate epic, a tangible hallucination, a visceral symphony, and a beautiful display of brutality.
Perhaps Andrei Tarkovsky’s most opaque film, Nostalghia is nonetheless one of his most personal.