|'Epidemic' - Lars Von Trier (1988)|
|'Andrei Rublev' - Andrei Tarkovsky (1966)|
|floating mother scene in 'The Tree Of Life' (2011)|
|floating mother in 'The Mirror' (1974)|
|'The Tree Of Life'|
|'Stalker' - Tarkovsky (1976)|
|'Time Of The Wolf' - Michael Haneke (2003)|
|'The Mirror' - Tarkovsky|
|'Time Of The Wolf'|
|'Nostalghia' - Tarkovsky (1982)|
|'Silent Light' - Carlos Reygadas (2007)|
|'Solaris' - Tarkovsky (1972)|
Below are the video comparisons I was talking about between 'The Fall' and various sequences from Tarkovsky's work. Below is my favorite scene from 'The Fall', which almost feels like combined elements from Tarkovsky's 'Nostalghia', 'The Sacrifice' and 'The Mirror'. Please see the videos below...
And here's another comparison from 'The Fall' (fast forward towards the end) which reminded me very much of the falling horse scene in 'Andrei Rublev'. Michael Haneke has a similar (although quicker) scene in 'Time Of The Wolf', but the clip isn't on youtube or vimeo...
And in these videos below, we compare the cinematography and long take shots from 'The Castle' (haneke), Werkmeister Harmonies (Bela Tarr) and 'Silent Light' (reygadas) with Tarkovsky's 'Nostalghia' and 'Stalker'...