Lem sees Tarkovsky’s Solaris differently after Soderberg’s horrifying handiwork

Author Stanislaw Lem concedes that perhaps Tarkovsky’s adaptation of Solaris wasn’t so terrible, after all: “Tarkovsky had a message to deliver. And then he had great talent, while this pathetic Soderbergh…” (Via Beatrice; later, R.I.P. Lem.)


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