Poster ID: CL42455
Original Title: Dziecko Wojny
English Title: Ivan's Childhood / My Name Is Ivan
Year of Poster: 1960s
Actor/Artist/Director: Nikolai Burlyayev, Valentin Zubkov, Yevgeni Zharikov, Stepan Krylov, Nikolai Grinko, dir. Andrei Tarkovsky
Country of Poster: Polish
Country of Film: Russian
Size: 33 x 24 inches = 84 x 61 cm
Condition: Very Good
Notes: Ivan's Childhood / My Name is Ivan
This film by Tarkovsky depicts the story of Ivan, a child partisan in the eastern front during the second world war. The strength and immersion of the film are quite amazing, although it was made almost forty years ago it has not lost any of it's power and is still absolutely gripping. The dream sequences are especially powerful in the way they show the history and state of mind of the young Ivan.
The acting is very good and so are all the other aspects such as editing and cinematography that is exceptionally good. Overall the film is an example of directorial excellence, from a very simple story Tarkovsky is able to build a larger history with obvious references to christianity. Questions about humanity and the nature of humankind are in the center of this film and there are many reasons why this is one of the best war films that exist.
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