A biologist, obsessed with the idea of writing a treatise on a new kind of mouse, becomes witness to a number of bizarre and horrific events, from his son's suicide, to the S&M engaged in ... See full summary »
Terrified of being buried alive by mistake, a woman puts a phone in her crypt to be able to call home if she needs help. She dies and nothing happens. One day, the phone suddenly rings. Paranormal investigator Nelson Orion is brought in.
Serebryanye Golovy is for those people who enjoy watching eccentric movies. Its lack of clear plot, its blend of science rather pseudoscience] with mysticism, its bleak landscapes, and partially absurd, partially deeply philosophical speeches - all remind of Tarkovsky, and, just as with his works, require a special viewer. However, this movie is also on some level humourous, in certain actions and words of its characters. There are hints at directors mocking certain scientific or social ideas. It is an interesting movie for those who wish to take a break from action-filled contemporary cinema/television and marvel at what a human mind can conceive.
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