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Camping for the night on a riverbank, Andrei and Foma are collecting firewood for their group when Andrei hears the distant sounds of celebration further upstream in the woods.

Going to investigate he encounters a large group of naked pagans , who are conducting a torch lit ritual for Midsummer. A woman named Marfa Nelly Snegina , dressed only in a fur coat approaches Andrei.

After explaining that her people are persecuted for their beliefs she drops her coat, kisses Andrei and then unties him. Andrei runs away, and is lost in the dense woods, scratching his face.

The next morning Andrei returns to his group, including Daniil, and as they leave on their boats a group of soldiers appear on the riverbank chasing after several of the pagans including Marfa.

He and his fellow monks look away in shame. Andrei and Daniil are working on the decoration of a church in Vladimir.

Although they have been there for several months the walls are still white and bare as Andrei is doubting himself. A messenger arrives with word from the furious Bishop to say they have until the Autumn to finish the job.

He comes to the conclusion that he has lost the ease of mind that an artist needs for his work. On a path through the woods soldiers accost the artisans on the orders of the Grand Prince and gouge their eyes out, so that they cannot replicate their work.

Back at the church Andrei is dismayed by the news of their fate and angrily throws paint and smears it on one of the walls.

Durochka Irma Raush whose name identifies her as a holy fool or Yurodivy , wanders in out of the rain and is upset by the sight of the paint on the wall.

Her feeble-mindedness and innocence leads Andrei to the idea to paint a feast. While the Grand Prince is away in Lithuania, his power-hungry younger brother forms an allegiance with a group of Tatars and raids Vladimir.

We see flashbacks of the Grand Prince and his brother attending a religious service in the church, and see the rivalry and animosity between them.

The invasion of the combined armed forces on horseback and the resulting carnage is shown in great detail. The city is burned, the citizens are murdered and women raped and killed.

One scene shows a horse falling from a flight of stairs. Foma narrowly escapes being killed in the city and escapes into the nearby countryside, but as he is crossing a river he is shot in the back with an arrow and killed.

The Tatars show no mercy and massacre the people inside and burn all the painted wooden altarpieces. Andrei saves Durochka from being raped by killing a Russian soldier with an axe.

After being repeatedly burned, he has liquid metal from a melted crucifix poured into his mouth and is dragged away tied to a horse.

In the aftermath only Andrei and Durochka are left alive in the church. Andrei imagines a conversation with the dead Theophanes the Greek, lamenting the loss of his work and the evil of mankind, while Durochka distractedly plaits the hair of a dead woman.

Andrei decides to give up painting and takes a vow of silence to atone for killing another man. Andrei is once again at the Andronikov Monastery as famine and war grip the country.

He no longer paints and never speaks, and keeps Durochka with him as a fellow companion in silence. Several refugees discuss the problems in their respective home towns, and one man talks in a broken voice of his escape from Vladimir.

He is recognised by a younger monk as the long absent Kirill. He has suffered during his time away from the monastery and begs the father superior to allow him to return.

His wish is granted but he is instructed to copy out the holy scriptures fifteen times in penance. A group of Tatars stops at the monastery while travelling through the region, much to the concern of Andrei and Kirill who experienced their brutality first hand.

The group taunt and play with her, but the soldier takes a liking to her, putting his horned helmet on her head and dressing her as a bride, finally deciding to take her away with him as his eighth, and only Russian, wife.

Andrei attempts to stop her from leaving, but she is determined and rides away with the Tatars. Andrei continues his menial work of carrying large hot stones from a fire with tongs to heat water for the monastery, but drops the stone in the snow.

Boriska Nikolai Burlyayev is the young son of a bellmaker; all his family have died of a plague that has ravaged the area.

Boriska is put in charge of the project and frequently contradicts and challenges the instincts of his co-workers when choosing the location of the pit, the selection of the proper clay, the building of the mold, the firing of the furnaces and finally the hoisting of the bell.

Even Boriska expresses doubts that he will succeed in making the bell ring. The process of making the bell grows into a huge, expensive endeavour with many hundreds of workers and Boriska makes several risky decisions, guided only by his instincts.

As the furnaces are opened and the molten metal pours into the mould, he privately asks God for help. Andrei silently watches Boriska during the casting, and the younger man notices him too.

During the bell-making, the skomorokh from the first sequence makes a reappearance amongst the crowds who have come to watch the bell being raised up and he threatens to kill Andrei, whom he mistakes for the man who denounced him years earlier and therefore led to his arrest, torture and prison sentence.

Kirill then criticises Andrei for allowing his God-given talent for painting to go to waste and pleads with him to resume his artistry, to no response.

The work crew takes over as Boriska makes several attempts to fade into the background of the activity. Once the bell has been hoisted into its tower the Grand Prince and his entourage arrive for the inaugural ceremony as the bell is blessed by the priests.

As the bell is prepared to be rung, the Italian ambassadors in the royal entourage are overhead discussing their doubts that it will. It is revealed that Boriska and the work crew know if the bell fails to ring the Grand Prince will have them all beheaded.

It is also overheard that the Grand Prince had his brother, who raided Vladimir in The Raid sequence, beheaded. A pan across the assembly reveals white-robed Durochka, leading a horse preceded by a child, presumably hers as she walks through the crowd.

At the critical moment the bell rings perfectly, and she smiles. After the ceremony, Andrei finds Boriska collapsed on the ground, sobbing.

He admits his father never told him the secret of casting a bell. Andrei comforts him, breaking his vow of silence and telling the boy that they should carry on their work together: The icons are shown in the following order: The final scene crossfades from the icons and shows four horses standing by a river in the rain.

The contract was signed in and the first treatment was approved in December Tarkovsky and his co-screenwriter Andrei Konchalovsky worked for more than two years on the script, studying medieval writings and chronicles and books on medieval history and art.

In April the script was approved and Tarkovsky began working on the film. The discussion on Andrei Rublev centered on the sociopolitical and historical, and not the artistic aspects of the film.

According to Tarkovsky, the original idea for a film about the life of Andrei Rublev was due to the film actor Vasily Livanov. Livanov proposed to write a screenplay together with Tarkovsky and Konchalovsky while they were strolling through a forest on the outskirts of Moscow.

He also mentioned that he would love to play Andrei Rublev. He chose Andrei Rublev for his importance in the history of Russian culture.

Tarkovsky cast Anatoli Solonitsyn for the role of Andrei Rublev. At this time Solonitsyn was an unknown actor at a theater in Sverdlovsk. According to Tarkovsky everybody had a different image of the historical figure of Andrei Rublev, thus casting an unknown actor who would not remind viewers of other roles was his favoured approach.

Solonitsyn, who had read the film script in the film magazine Iskusstvo Kino , was very enthusiastic about the role, traveled to Moscow at his own expense to meet Tarkovsky and even declared that no one could play this role better than him.

For the role of Andrei Rublev he required "a face with great expressive power in which one could see a demoniacal single-mindedness".

To Tarkovsky, Solonitsyn provided the right physical appearance and the talent of showing complex psychological processes. According to Johnson, filming did not begin until April , one year after approval of the script, with J.

Hoberman reporting a slightly earlier date of September for the start of filming in his film essay for the Criterion collection release of the film.

As a result of the budget restrictions several scenes from the script were cut, including an opening scene showing the Battle of Kulikovo.

Other scenes that were cut from the script are a hunting scene, where the younger brother of the Grand Prince hunts swans, and a scene showing peasants helping Durochka giving birth to her Russian-Tatar child.

In an interview he motivated his choice with the claim that in everyday life one does not consciously notice colors. In a interview, Tarkovsky stated that the flying man in the prologue is "the symbol of daring, in the sense that creation requires from man the complete offering of his being.

Whether one wishes to fly before it has become possible, or cast a bell without having learned how to do it, or paint an icon — all these acts demand that, for the price of his creation, man should die, dissolve himself in his work, give himself entirely.

The film finally ends with the image of horses at river in the rain. Страсти по Андрею , Strasty po Andryeyo , though this title was not used for the released version of the film.

The first cut of the film was over 3 hours and 15 minutes in length prior to being edited down to its released length.

The first cut was completed in July Goskino demanded cuts to the film, citing its length, negativity, violence, and nudity.

Robert Bird in his analysis of the comparison of the first cut of the film to the final Tarkovsky cut of the edited film summarized the editing process stating:.

Four embedded scenes of flashbacks or fantasies were also cut completely: All in all, I have counted thirty-six shots which were completely deleted in the minute version of Andrei Rublev, and about eighty-five which were considerably abbreviated, including nine very long takes which are split each into two or more parts.

The total number of shots went from to , with the average shot length dropping from 31" to 28". The only sequence which remained inviolable was the Epilogue in colour.

Several scenes within the film depict violence, torture and cruelty toward animals, which sparked controversy at the time of release.

Most of these scenes took place during the raid of Vladimir, including one showing the blinding and the torture of a monk. The scenes involving cruelty toward animals were largely simulated.

For example, during the Tatar raid of Vladimir a cow is set on fire. In reality the cow had an asbestos -covered coat and was not physically harmed; however, one scene depicts the real death of a horse.

The horse falls from a flight of stairs and is then stabbed by a spear. To produce this image, Tarkovsky injured the horse by shooting it in the neck and then pushed it from the stairs, causing the animal to falter and fall down the flight of stairs.

From there, the camera pans off the horse onto some soldiers to the left and then pans back right onto the horse, and we see the horse struggling to get its footing having fallen over on its back before being stabbed by the spear.

The animal was then shot in the head afterward off camera. This was done to avoid the possibility of harming what was considered a less expendable, highly prized stunt horse.

The horse was brought in from a slaughterhouse , killed on set, and then returned to the abattoir for commercial consumption.

In a interview for Literaturnoe obozrenie , interviewer Aleksandr Lipkov suggested to Tarkovsky that "the cruelty in the film is shown precisely to shock and stun the viewers.

And this may even repel them. This does not hinder viewer perception. Moreover we did all this quite sensitively. I can name films that show much more cruel things, compared to which ours looks quite modest.

The film premiered with a single screening at the Dom Kino in Moscow in Andrei Rublev was invited to the Cannes Film Festival in as part of a planned retrospective of Soviet film on occasion of the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution.

The official answer was that the film was not yet completed and could not be shown at the film festival. A second invitation was made by the organizers of the Cannes Film Festival in Soviet officials accepted this invitation, but they only allowed the film to screen at the festival out of competition, and it was screened just once at 4 A.

Soviet officials tried to prevent the official release of the film in France and other countries, but were not successful as the French distributor had legally acquired the rights in The film was released in prints and sold 2.

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The Steamroller and the Violin The Passion of Joan of Arc Voyage in Time TV Movie Tonino Guerra, Andrei Tarkovsky. Come and See Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Andrey Rublev Ivan Lapikov Daniil Chyornyy Nikolay Sergeev Feofan Grek Irina Tarkovskaya Durochka as Irma Raush Nikolay Burlyaev Velikiy knyaz, Malyy knyaz Yuriy Nikulin Patrikey, monakh as Yu.

Stepan, sotnik Velikogo knyazya as N. Foma, monakh as M. Starshiy liteyshchik as S. Tatarskiy khan as B. Aleksey, monakh as A. Edit Storyline Andreiv Rublev charts the life of the great icon painter through a turbulent period of 15th Century Russian history, a period marked by endless fighting between rival Princes and by Tatar invasions.

Color Sovcolor Black and White. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The character of Danil is based on Daniil Chyorny c. He is believed to have painted the Assumption Cathedral in Vladimir in conjunction with Rublyov.

Goofs In the final scene, set in , Rublev vows to paint an icon of the Trinity. This icon was executed in , 14 years earlier. You just spoke of Jesus.

Perhaps he was born and crucified to reconcile God and man. Jesus came from God, so he is all-powerful. That would have aroused hatred not in those that crucified him but in those that loved him if they had been near him at that moment, because they loved him as a man only.

But if He, of His own will, left them, He displayed injustice, or even cruelty.

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Several refugees discuss the problems in their respective home towns, and one man talks in a broken voice of his escape from Vladimir. He is recognised by a younger monk as the long absent Kirill.

He has suffered during his time away from the monastery and begs the father superior to allow him to return. His wish is granted but he is instructed to copy out the holy scriptures fifteen times in penance.

A group of Tatars stops at the monastery while travelling through the region, much to the concern of Andrei and Kirill who experienced their brutality first hand.

The group taunt and play with her, but the soldier takes a liking to her, putting his horned helmet on her head and dressing her as a bride, finally deciding to take her away with him as his eighth, and only Russian, wife.

Andrei attempts to stop her from leaving, but she is determined and rides away with the Tatars. Andrei continues his menial work of carrying large hot stones from a fire with tongs to heat water for the monastery, but drops the stone in the snow.

Boriska Nikolai Burlyayev is the young son of a bellmaker; all his family have died of a plague that has ravaged the area.

Boriska is put in charge of the project and frequently contradicts and challenges the instincts of his co-workers when choosing the location of the pit, the selection of the proper clay, the building of the mold, the firing of the furnaces and finally the hoisting of the bell.

Even Boriska expresses doubts that he will succeed in making the bell ring. The process of making the bell grows into a huge, expensive endeavour with many hundreds of workers and Boriska makes several risky decisions, guided only by his instincts.

As the furnaces are opened and the molten metal pours into the mould, he privately asks God for help.

Andrei silently watches Boriska during the casting, and the younger man notices him too. During the bell-making, the skomorokh from the first sequence makes a reappearance amongst the crowds who have come to watch the bell being raised up and he threatens to kill Andrei, whom he mistakes for the man who denounced him years earlier and therefore led to his arrest, torture and prison sentence.

Kirill then criticises Andrei for allowing his God-given talent for painting to go to waste and pleads with him to resume his artistry, to no response.

The work crew takes over as Boriska makes several attempts to fade into the background of the activity. Once the bell has been hoisted into its tower the Grand Prince and his entourage arrive for the inaugural ceremony as the bell is blessed by the priests.

As the bell is prepared to be rung, the Italian ambassadors in the royal entourage are overhead discussing their doubts that it will.

It is revealed that Boriska and the work crew know if the bell fails to ring the Grand Prince will have them all beheaded. It is also overheard that the Grand Prince had his brother, who raided Vladimir in The Raid sequence, beheaded.

A pan across the assembly reveals white-robed Durochka, leading a horse preceded by a child, presumably hers as she walks through the crowd.

At the critical moment the bell rings perfectly, and she smiles. After the ceremony, Andrei finds Boriska collapsed on the ground, sobbing.

He admits his father never told him the secret of casting a bell. Andrei comforts him, breaking his vow of silence and telling the boy that they should carry on their work together: The icons are shown in the following order: The final scene crossfades from the icons and shows four horses standing by a river in the rain.

The contract was signed in and the first treatment was approved in December Tarkovsky and his co-screenwriter Andrei Konchalovsky worked for more than two years on the script, studying medieval writings and chronicles and books on medieval history and art.

In April the script was approved and Tarkovsky began working on the film. The discussion on Andrei Rublev centered on the sociopolitical and historical, and not the artistic aspects of the film.

According to Tarkovsky, the original idea for a film about the life of Andrei Rublev was due to the film actor Vasily Livanov. Livanov proposed to write a screenplay together with Tarkovsky and Konchalovsky while they were strolling through a forest on the outskirts of Moscow.

He also mentioned that he would love to play Andrei Rublev. He chose Andrei Rublev for his importance in the history of Russian culture. Tarkovsky cast Anatoli Solonitsyn for the role of Andrei Rublev.

At this time Solonitsyn was an unknown actor at a theater in Sverdlovsk. According to Tarkovsky everybody had a different image of the historical figure of Andrei Rublev, thus casting an unknown actor who would not remind viewers of other roles was his favoured approach.

Solonitsyn, who had read the film script in the film magazine Iskusstvo Kino , was very enthusiastic about the role, traveled to Moscow at his own expense to meet Tarkovsky and even declared that no one could play this role better than him.

For the role of Andrei Rublev he required "a face with great expressive power in which one could see a demoniacal single-mindedness".

To Tarkovsky, Solonitsyn provided the right physical appearance and the talent of showing complex psychological processes. According to Johnson, filming did not begin until April , one year after approval of the script, with J.

Hoberman reporting a slightly earlier date of September for the start of filming in his film essay for the Criterion collection release of the film.

As a result of the budget restrictions several scenes from the script were cut, including an opening scene showing the Battle of Kulikovo.

Other scenes that were cut from the script are a hunting scene, where the younger brother of the Grand Prince hunts swans, and a scene showing peasants helping Durochka giving birth to her Russian-Tatar child.

In an interview he motivated his choice with the claim that in everyday life one does not consciously notice colors.

In a interview, Tarkovsky stated that the flying man in the prologue is "the symbol of daring, in the sense that creation requires from man the complete offering of his being.

Whether one wishes to fly before it has become possible, or cast a bell without having learned how to do it, or paint an icon — all these acts demand that, for the price of his creation, man should die, dissolve himself in his work, give himself entirely.

The film finally ends with the image of horses at river in the rain. Страсти по Андрею , Strasty po Andryeyo , though this title was not used for the released version of the film.

The first cut of the film was over 3 hours and 15 minutes in length prior to being edited down to its released length. The first cut was completed in July Goskino demanded cuts to the film, citing its length, negativity, violence, and nudity.

Robert Bird in his analysis of the comparison of the first cut of the film to the final Tarkovsky cut of the edited film summarized the editing process stating:.

Four embedded scenes of flashbacks or fantasies were also cut completely: All in all, I have counted thirty-six shots which were completely deleted in the minute version of Andrei Rublev, and about eighty-five which were considerably abbreviated, including nine very long takes which are split each into two or more parts.

The total number of shots went from to , with the average shot length dropping from 31" to 28". The only sequence which remained inviolable was the Epilogue in colour.

Several scenes within the film depict violence, torture and cruelty toward animals, which sparked controversy at the time of release.

Most of these scenes took place during the raid of Vladimir, including one showing the blinding and the torture of a monk.

The scenes involving cruelty toward animals were largely simulated. For example, during the Tatar raid of Vladimir a cow is set on fire.

In reality the cow had an asbestos -covered coat and was not physically harmed; however, one scene depicts the real death of a horse.

The horse falls from a flight of stairs and is then stabbed by a spear. To produce this image, Tarkovsky injured the horse by shooting it in the neck and then pushed it from the stairs, causing the animal to falter and fall down the flight of stairs.

From there, the camera pans off the horse onto some soldiers to the left and then pans back right onto the horse, and we see the horse struggling to get its footing having fallen over on its back before being stabbed by the spear.

The animal was then shot in the head afterward off camera. This was done to avoid the possibility of harming what was considered a less expendable, highly prized stunt horse.

The horse was brought in from a slaughterhouse , killed on set, and then returned to the abattoir for commercial consumption.

In a interview for Literaturnoe obozrenie , interviewer Aleksandr Lipkov suggested to Tarkovsky that "the cruelty in the film is shown precisely to shock and stun the viewers.

And this may even repel them. This does not hinder viewer perception. Moreover we did all this quite sensitively.

I can name films that show much more cruel things, compared to which ours looks quite modest. The film premiered with a single screening at the Dom Kino in Moscow in Andrei Rublev was invited to the Cannes Film Festival in as part of a planned retrospective of Soviet film on occasion of the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution.

The official answer was that the film was not yet completed and could not be shown at the film festival.

A second invitation was made by the organizers of the Cannes Film Festival in Soviet officials accepted this invitation, but they only allowed the film to screen at the festival out of competition, and it was screened just once at 4 A.

Soviet officials tried to prevent the official release of the film in France and other countries, but were not successful as the French distributor had legally acquired the rights in The film was released in prints and sold 2.

Nobody has ever cut anything from Andrei Rublev. I made some cuts myself. In the first version the film was 3 hours 20 minutes long.

In the second — 3 hours 15 minutes. I shortened the final version to 3 hours 6 minutes. I am convinced the latest version is the best, the most successful.

And I only cut certain overly long scenes. The cuts have in no way changed neither the subject matter nor what was for us important in the film.

In other words, we removed overly long scenes which had no significance. We shortened certain scenes of brutality in order to induce psychological shock in viewers, as opposed to a mere unpleasant impression which would only destroy our intent.

All my friends and colleagues who during long discussions were advising me to make those cuts turned out right in the end. It took me some time to understand it.

At first I got the impression they were attempting to pressure my creative individuality. Later I understood that this final version of the film more than fulfils my requirements for it.

And I do not regret at all that the film has been shortened to its present length. In , the film was shown on Soviet television in a minute version that Tarkovsky did not authorize.

Notable scenes that were cut from this version were the raid of the Tartars and the scene showing naked pagans. In , when Andrei Rublev was once again shown on Soviet TV, the epilogue was once again in black and white, despite the Soviet Union having completely transitioned to color TV.

Another difference from the original version of the film was the inclusion of a short explanatory note at the beginning of the film, detailing the life of Andrei Rublev and the historical background.

In the mids, Criterion Collection released the first-cut minute version of Andrei Rublev on laserdisc , which Criterion re-issued on DVD in Andrei Rublev won several awards.

In , the film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Hoberman , a film critic for The Village Voice , summarized the early reception of the film in the film notes included in the Criterion DVD release of the film stating: TIME magazine compared the movie unfavorably to Dr.

The film was ranked No. In , Andrei Rublev was honored when it came equal second in a U. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Religion Best of Both Worlds: Best Countries of World Cinema Great works of art? Top Rated Movies 3 wins. Learn more More Like This.

A guide leads two men through an area known as the Zone to find a room that grants wishes. The Steamroller and the Violin The Passion of Joan of Arc Voyage in Time TV Movie Tonino Guerra, Andrei Tarkovsky.

Come and See Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Andrey Rublev Ivan Lapikov Daniil Chyornyy Nikolay Sergeev Feofan Grek Irina Tarkovskaya Durochka as Irma Raush Nikolay Burlyaev Velikiy knyaz, Malyy knyaz Yuriy Nikulin Patrikey, monakh as Yu.

Stepan, sotnik Velikogo knyazya as N. Foma, monakh as M. Starshiy liteyshchik as S. Tatarskiy khan as B. Aleksey, monakh as A. Edit Storyline Andreiv Rublev charts the life of the great icon painter through a turbulent period of 15th Century Russian history, a period marked by endless fighting between rival Princes and by Tatar invasions.

Color Sovcolor Black and White. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The character of Danil is based on Daniil Chyorny c. He is believed to have painted the Assumption Cathedral in Vladimir in conjunction with Rublyov.

Goofs In the final scene, set in , Rublev vows to paint an icon of the Trinity. This icon was executed in , 14 years earlier.

You just spoke of Jesus. Perhaps he was born and crucified to reconcile God and man. Jesus came from God, so he is all-powerful.

That would have aroused hatred not in those that crucified him but in those that loved him if they had been near him at that moment, because they loved him as a man only.

But if He, of His own will, left them, He displayed injustice, or even cruelty. Alternate Versions When released in the UK, the sight of a horse falling off a staircase was cut from this title.

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