30 min

22 - Mirrors: On the Adaptations of Solaris Books of Some Substance

 
We don't want other worlds, but do we want mirrors? Do we need them?
From the retro-futuristic, wildly open, existentially uncertainty Andrei Tarkovsky version from 1972 to the beige and blue sleekness of Steven Soderbergh's redemptive and romantic 2002 version, David and Eric discuss the two strong adaptations of Stanisław Lem's Solaris. 
Watch the films; give us a listen. 
Follows us on Instagram & Twitter: @booksosubstance
Check out our homepage: www.booksofsomesubstance.com 

 
We don't want other worlds, but do we want mirrors? Do we need them?
From the retro-futuristic, wildly open, existentially uncertainty Andrei Tarkovsky version from 1972 to the beige and blue sleekness of Steven Soderbergh's redemptive and romantic 2002 version, David and Eric discuss the two strong adaptations of Stanisław Lem's Solaris. 
Watch the films; give us a listen. 
Follows us on Instagram & Twitter: @booksosubstance
Check out our homepage: www.booksofsomesubstance.com 

30 min