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Solaris 2002

From Amazon: A curious mix of science fiction and metaphysical love story, Solaris centers around Chris Kelvin (George Clooney), a psychologist sent to investigate why a space station orbiting an alien planet has stopped communications. The planet has the power to delve into human psyches and re-create lost loved ones--in Kelvin's case, his dead wife (Natascha McElhone), whom he then wants to bring back to Earth. Director Steven Soderbergh (Traffic, Erin Brockovich) fills almost every shot with faces and bodies, as if to emphasize the human soul rather than outer space as the movie's true subject. Unfortunately, the...

Directed By:
Steven SoderberghSteven Soderbergh
George ClooneyGeorge Clooney
Natascha McElhoneNatascha McElhone
Viola DavisViola Davis
No image existsJeremy Davies
Ulrich TukurUlrich Tukur

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Solaris Movie Review by Suzanne (3/30/2008)

If you have an impressionable brain, watching the movie Solaris may make you question some things. Am I a man dreaming that I am a butterfly, or am I a butterfly dreaming that I am a man? Where does reality begin and imagination end? Do we exist because we believe that we exist, and if we stopped believing would we cease...

(complete Solaris review by Suzanne)

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