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    Great director with remarkable films.

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    A sideways step for the thread - if off-topic please forgive me. (I find it very difficult to think of visual images without musical connections...!)

    You might enjoy this music. It's by Tarkovsky Quartet, and is austerely beautiful composed / improvised music.

    It's a direct tribute to the atmosphere of Tarkovsky's films by pianist Francois Couturier. It's gorgeously produced, and features Tarkovsky's polaroids as the album artwork. Listen to excerpts here:
    http://player.ecmrecords.com/tarkovsky

    (There's another earlier album called 'Nostalghia" if you like this).
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    Coigach, thanks for that and will try and add that to my music collection. The first time I heard Erik Satie was in connection to images by Eugene Atget, which also seemed to fit together well.

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    A great master without a doubt.

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    The films of Andrei Tarkovsky and Béla Tarr have had more influence on my photography than anything else. I have all their films on DVD and regularly watch them - even Tarr's 7.5 hour epic "Sátántangó".
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    Lars von Trier, in connection with his new film Melancholia, reportedly says: "There is no doubt that Tarkovsky is the master of them all." I really liked "Stalker" even without completely getting it. Behold, a couple of shots from my living room, which I do when a film really visually impresses me:
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