When Nathan Bryce browses the book he got for his birthday from his daughter, the camera zooms in on elements in the paintings in the books and you hear related sound effects. This is quite similar to the scene in the Library in the space station in Solaris where Khari browses a book and the camera zooms in on the details and we hear related sound effects. Both films also use the work of the painter Pieter Brueghel as a reference point.
There's a long highway shot, like the one used in Solyaris
Tarkovsky mentions the film.
Ending shot is a reference to Solyaris
thoughts manifesting as physical reality
Spacemen seeing illusions in a spaceship.
Miguel and Heintz see illusions on the space ship that pays tribute to Solaris.
Peter and Paul discuss about this movie
In Xenogears, there is an advanced society in the skies, named Solaris.
People receive the ability to physically manifest their thoughts, making their desires become real, but their fears as well.
Mentioned by Robert in toy store.
Romane Bohringer's character tells Danny (Noah Taylor) a "tale" of a planet like a brain that recreates & ressurects a man's dead wife. This is a reference to Stanislaw Lem's Solaris and/or Andrei Tarkovsky's Solyaris.
Concept about a place, which manifests most precious and powerfull elements (thoughts, memories, etc.) from subconsciousness into physical form
Mentioned briefly as an earlier adaptation of the same novel.
Olly is invited to a screening of the original Solaris.
A Star hosting an intelligence of it's own
playing at the movie theater
Sam hallucinates his past, which then becomes solid. There is a leather easychair in Sam's station similar to the one used by Kris Kelvin in Solyaris.
Arianne's house covered in fallen red leaves references Kelvin's childhood house, which is seen covered in the same autumn colours.
Reid asks Emily if she wants to go see the movie.
The Bruegel the Elder painting "The Hunters in the Snow", featured heavily in "Solaris", is heavily featured in "Melancholia", which also uses "Solaris"'s two-part storytelling technique to unfold its own story.
A shot of weeds floating underwater is styled similarly to a shot in "Solaris".
Andrei Tarkovsky's science-fiction epic deals with space exploration and paranormal experiences beyond the understanding of science. Director 'Christopher Nolan' himself named this film as an important influence.
Mentioned by Antonia Quirke when reviewing Interstellar (2014)
Compares the film's plot and it's conclusion to the final narrative of the documentary.
A poster is shown.
"I can just enjoy the movie now. More movies should be this direct. Right, Solaris?".
"I just figured it out. They're on Solaris."
Clips and discussion of film.
featured in documentary
Footage is shown when discussing Tarkovsky.
theme of person consisting only of memories