Интерстеллар / Interstellar 5+

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Я два дня думал, как описать этот фильм. 

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Скажу так: это лучший фильм на данный момент из всех, что я видел. Это фильм, который я буду показывать своим студентам.

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Что это за фильм?
Это всё лучшее, что мог сделать Кристофер Нолан впитав творчество Тарковского, Куарона, Скарсезе, Аронофски.

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Представляете, если Солярис Тарковского соединить с Гравитацией Куарона и с картинкой Бэя?

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Вот такой фильм. 

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IMDB: 9,2

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Der Himmel über Berlin (literally The Sky over Berlin or Heaven above Berlin, but titled “Wings of Desire” in English) is a 1987 Franco-German romantic fantasy film directed by German director Wim Wenders. The film is about invisible, immortal angels who populate Berlin and listen to the thoughts of its human inhabitants, comforting those who are in distress. Even though the city is densely populated, many of the people are isolated or estranged from their loved ones. At the time of filming, the Berlin Wall was still standing. One of the angels, played by Bruno Ganz who later played Hitler in Der Untergang (“Downfall”), falls in love with a beautiful, lonely trapeze artist. The angel chooses to become human so that he can experience human sensory pleasures, ranging from enjoying food to touching a loved one, and so that he can experience human love. The film is shot in both a rich, sepia-toned black-and-white and color, with the former being used to represent the world as experienced by the angels. It was followed by a sequel, In weiter Ferne, so nah! (“Faraway, So Close!”) in 1993. A US-American remake called City of Angels with Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan was released in 1998. 

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Viktor Tsoi (21.06.1962 - 15.08.1990) - rock-musician, songwriter and artist. More known as founder and leader of rock band “Kino”

Initially Tsoi and several famous in a narrow circles musicians rehearsed their songs at flats before not numerous audience. Later Tsoi got acquainted with Boris Grebenshchikov who helped him to establish a group. First performances was of success and “Kino” became famous. Their songs broached social aspects of life, that caused a wide public response. At the time of Perestroika their texts were actual, especially antiwar.

The death of Viktor Tsoi aroused many conspiracy theories of it, but none of it was ever proved. Public outcry was so strong that some fans committed suicide. Thousands of people came to the funeral. 

For the whole generation Victor Tsoi became a symbol of protest. Till now his fans write on walls “Tsoi zhiv” (Tsoi is alive) showing that his neither he nor his creativity are forgotten.