- Title Pages
- Note on Transliteration and Translation
IntroductionThe Freest Man in the USSR
Chapter 1Alexander Sokurov’s Demoted (1980): Consciousness as Celebration
Chapter 2Ivan Dykhovichnyi’s The Black Monk (1988): Madness, Chekhov, and the Chimera of Idleness
Chapter 3Dmitry Mamuliya’s Another Sky (2010): The Language of Consciousness
Chapter 4Alexei Balabanov’s The Castle (1994) and Me Too (2012): Kafka, the Absurd, and the Death of Form
Chapter 5Alexander Zeldovich’s Target (2011): Tolstoy and Mamardashvili on the Infinite and the Earthly
Chapter 6Vadim Abdrashitov and Alexander Mindadze’s The Train Stopped (1982): Film as a Metaphor for Consciousness
ConclusionAndrey Zvyagintsev’s Loveless (2017): The Philosophical Image and the Possibilities of Film
AppendixFilms Discussed in this Book, in Order of Presentation
- The Filmmaker's Philosopher
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