Mosfil´m, Tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie pisatelei i kinorabotnikov, 1969-1972; released in Soviet Union 5 February 1973
Screenplay by Andrei Tarkovskii and Fridrikh Gorenshtein
Based on the novel by Stanislaw Lem
Photography: Vadim Iusov
Design: Mikhail Romadin
Music: Eduard Artem´ev and the Choral Prelude in F Minor by Bach
Hari Natal´ia Bondarchuk Kris Kelvin Donatas Banionis Snaut Juri Jarvet Sartorius Anatolii Solonitsyn Burton Vladislav Dvorzhetskii Kelvin's father Nikolai Grin´ko Gibarian Sos Sarkissian
In Russian with optional English subtitles
|On 2 DVDs|
|DISC 2 contains the additional features listed below:|
|Aspect ratio||2.35: 1 aspect ratio. 16:9 Widescreen anamorphic format.|
|Languages||Optional English subtitles
New and improved English subtitle translation.
|Features||Nine deleted and alternate scenes, indexed as follows:
Opening text; Berton's flight; Kris's takeoff from earth; Something to eat; Beginning of Part 2; Kris and Haris' meal; Kris's delirium; The mirror room; Mother; Further philosophy.
Video interview with the actress, Natal´ia Bondarchuk, 32 minutes, in Russian with optional English subtitles.
Video interview with the director of photography, Vadim Iusov, 34 minutes, in Russian with optional English subtitles.
Video interview with the designer, Mikhail Romadin, 17 minutes, in Russian with optional English subtitles.
Video interview with the composer, Eduard Artem´ev, 22 minutes, in Russian with optional English subtitles.
Documentary excerpt about Stanislaw Lem, 5 minutes, in Polish with English subtitles.
|Source||The Criterion Collection|