Tarkovsky recognizes these differences, saying that there is a contradiction with Lem's initial idea, because he was interested in the problems of inner life, spiritual problems, so to speak, and Lem was interested in the collision between man and Cosmos. In an ontological sense of the word, in the sense of the problem of knowing and the limits of this knowledge - it is about that. Lem even said that mankind was in danger, that there was a crisis of knowledge when man did not feels ... This crisis is growing, a snowball, takes the form of various human tragedies, including scientists.
Keywords Stanislaw Lem  Andrei Tarkovsky  Solaris
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