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Plot[ edit ] Psychologist Kris Kelvin Donatas Banionis is being sent on an interstellar journey to evaluate whether a decades old space station should continue to study the oceanic planet Solaris.
He spends his last day on Earth with his elderly father Nikolai Grinko and retired pilot Berton Vladislav Dvorzhetsky. Years earlier, Berton had been part of an exploratory team at Solaris but was recalled when he described seeing a four-meter-tall child on the surface of the water.
Upon his arrival at Solaris Station,   a scientific research stationnone of the three remaining scientists bother to greet Kelvin, and he finds the space station in dangerous disarray. He soon learns that his friend among the scientists, Dr.
Gibarian Sos Sargsyanhas killed himself. The two surviving crewmen—Snaut and Sartorius Anatoli Solonitsyn —are uncooperative and evasive.
Kelvin catches fleeting glimpses of others aboard the station, who were not part of the original crew. He also finds that Gibarian left him a rambling, cryptic farewell video message, warning him about the station. After a fitful sleep, Kelvin is shocked to find Hari Natalya Bondarchukhis late wife, in his sleeping quarters.
She is unaware of how she got there. Terrified by her presence, Kelvin launches the replica of his wife into outer space. That evening, Hari reappears in his quarters. This time Kelvin calmly accepts her and they fall asleep together in an embrace. Hari panics when Kelvin briefly leaves her alone in the room and injures herself.
But before Kelvin can give first aid, her injuries spontaneously heal before his eyes. Sartorius and Snaut explain to Kelvin that Solaris created Hari from his memories of her.
The Hari present among them, though not human, thinks and feels as though she were. Sartorius theorizes that the visitors are composed of "neutrino systems" but that it might still be possible to destroy them through use of a device known as "the annihilator".
She learns from Sartorius that the original Hari had committed suicide ten years earlier. Sartorius, Snaut, Kelvin and Hari gather together for a birthday party, which evolves into a philosophical argument, during which Sartorius reminds Hari that she is not real.
Distressed, Hari kills herself again by drinking liquid oxygenonly to painfully resurrect after a few minutes. On the surface of Solaris, the ocean begins to swirl faster into a funnel. Kelvin becomes ill and goes to sleep. He dreams of his mother as a young woman, tending to wounds on his body that spontaneously heal.
When he awakens, Hari is gone; Snaut reads her farewell note, in which she describes how she petitioned the two scientists to destroy her. Kelvin debates whether or not to return to Earth or to remain with Solaris. Kelvin meets with his father at their country home. It is later revealed to be on an island in the Solaris ocean.
Secondly, he needed work and money, because his previous film, Andrei Rublevhad gone unreleased, and his screenplay, A White, White Day, had been rejected even though in it would be realised as The Mirror. With Fridrikh GorenshteinTarkovsky co-wrote the first screenplay in the Summer of ; two-thirds of it occurred on Earth.Barnet, Sylvan.
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Solaris (Russian: Солярис, tr. Solyaris) is a Soviet science fiction film based on Stanisław Lem's novel of the same name published in The film was co-written and directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.
The film is a meditative psychological drama occurring mostly aboard a space station orbiting the fictional planet Solaris. The scientific mission has stalled because the skeleton crew.
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