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Days of Eclipse (1988)

Dni zatmeniya (original title)
Days of Eclipse is filmed in a psychedelic manner close to stream of consciousness using unusual cinematographic techniques. The action is set in Middle Asia.

Director:

Aleksandr Sokurov

Writers:

Arkadiy Strugatskiy (novel), Boris Strugatskiy (novel) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Aleksei Ananishnov ... Malyanov
Eskender Umarov Eskender Umarov ... Vecherovsky
Irina Sokolova ... Malyanov's Sister
Vladimir Zamanskiy ... Snegovoy
Kirill Dudkin Kirill Dudkin ... Gluchov
Aleksey Yankovskiy Aleksey Yankovskiy ... Snegovoy's Father
Viktor Belovolskiy Viktor Belovolskiy ... Gubar (as Viktor Belovolsky)
Sergei Krylov Sergei Krylov ... Little Boy (as Seryozha Krylov)
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Days of Eclipse is filmed in a psychedelic manner close to stream of consciousness using unusual cinematographic techniques. The action is set in Middle Asia.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Hallucinatory breathtakingly beautiful film based on well known science-fiction
28 January 2002 | by weintraubeSee all my reviews

Loosely based on a great science-fiction novel Billion Years Before the End of the World by renowned authors Boris and Andrei Strugatsky, it one of my favorite films. It is hard to say what is more striking in this film -cinematography or the ideas it is about.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Release Date:

December 1988 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Días de eclipse See more »

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2.55 : 1
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